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The use of red for tail lights on automobiles is deprecated in an article in the “Railway Age." This color, it is argued, should be restricted for use at extra-dangerous locations, such as rail. way crossings, boulevard crossings, and at places where material is piled in the streets. When an automobile driver follows red lights for mile after mile, it is said, the monotony nullifies their effect as a danger signal. An accident occurred in which the chauffeur said he had been following the red lights of cars ahead, and when he approached a railway crossing he took it for granted that the lights on the gates were those of an automobile. He turned out to pass the supposed car, ran through the gates and was struck by a train. The use of yellow tail lights for automobiles is the remedy suggested by the “Railway Age."
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