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Tail lights are red in color and when they're illuminated, they alert drivers of your next move on the road. Though tail lights are usually activated when the brake pedal is pressed, they're also turned on when the turn signals are working.
Some newer vehicles have a dual assembly, known as the inner and outer brake lamp. Your Inner tail light refers to the assembly mounted on the deck lid (trunk), and the Outer tail light refers to the quarter panel mounted light.
Tail lights are red in color and when they're illuminated, they alert drivers of your next move on the road. Though tail lights are activated when the brake pedal is pressed (brake lights), they're also turned on when the turn signals are activated.
Conspicuous for the rear of a vehicle is provided by rear position lamps (also called tail lamps or tail lights). These are required to produce only red light and to be wired such that they are lit whenever the front position lamps are lit, including when the headlamps are on.
A tail light or a tail lamp is the part of the lighting system of a vehicle which is attached in front and at the rear part of the vehicle. They usually come in pairs (left and right). It has different types for different functions. The signal lights, or turn lights, are parts of the tail lamp assembly.