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> NEW  DAYTIME  RUNNING  LIGHTS  LAW <

In 2008 a new law was passed by the European Commission that meant all new cars and small vans purchased after February 2011 had to have daytime running lights, and lorries will follow suit from August 2012. The new vehicles will have the daytime running lights (DRL) that come on automatically when the engine is started. This law will not affect cars bought before this period and DRL´s will not have to be retro fitted.
Daytime running lights are not new to the UK. Volvo´s were the first vehicles that came with these as standard, although the driver did have the option to turn them off. Volvo´s were fitted with DRL´s due to the laws in Sweden and have always been seen as a safety feature. The European Commission had introduced this law on advice that there could be a significant reduction in road deaths and serious injuries. Those that are opposed to the new law argue that the glare from these lights will be distracting. There is also concern over motor cyclists and the possibility of a rise in pollution due to increased fuel usage.
In a report for the Department for Transport it was confirmed, "There is substantial evidence that the mandatory use of DRL would provide a net accident reduction. However, the evidence concerning the magnitude of the effect and particularly the relationship with accident severity is considerably weaker."
Many manufacturers are already planning and designing their new ranges of cars and vans with the future regulations in mind. The new range of Audi´s (which can be seen below) will all come with daytime running lights as standard.
 Audi A3 DRL  Audi A4 DRL  Audi R8 DRL
 Audi A3
 Audi A4
 Audi R8
Audi have tried to combat the issue of increased fuel usage by designing their new lights with LED´s. LED´s use less watts (about 5-10) when running compared to headlamps which consume 110 watts. The difference in the amount of power used will have a big impact on the amount of fuel used. Expect to see the majority of manufacturers follow suit by using LED daytime running lights as the economy will be used a selling point for new vehicles.
source: www.visitcars.co.uk

> DAYTIME  RUNNING  LIGHTS  FROM  2011 <

*  Could save 5500 lives a year
*  European Parliament expected to approve it
*  Britain opposed to plans, but can't block them
All new cars could have headlights that remain on all of the time from 2011.
A Dutch study found that daytime running lights could prevent 5500 deaths and 155,000 injuries across Europe each year, and the switch has been backed by
the European Commission.
The proposal is now being sent to the European Parliament for final aproval.
Daytime running lights were made compulsory in Scandinavian countries in the late 1970s.
In 2006, Austria, Croatia and Chech Republic became the first countries outside of
Northern Europe to follow suit.
However, the proposals have come in for criticism, as it is estimated that having headlights on all the time will increase the average fuel bill by up to 5%.
Britain has opposed the measure as unnecessery, but is unable to block it because a majority of other EU nations were in favour and transport issues are not subject to veto.
source:  www.whatcar.com