While it may seem like a good idea to turn on your flashers in heavy rain to increase visibility, it is generally not recommended. Flashers are typically used to indicate a stationary hazard, and using them while driving can confuse other drivers and potentially lead to accidents. Instead, it’s advisable to use your regular headlights and maintain a safe distance from other vehicles. If visibility becomes too poor to continue driving safely, pull over to a safe location and then use your flashers.
Remember, safety should always be your top priority when dealing with any electrical components in your vehicle, including your lighting system. If you’re experiencing issues with your car’s lights, it’s important to seek professional help. At Electricians Service Team, our specialists are ready to assist with any electrical services you may need, including outdoor lighting repair.