In North America since 1986, in Australia and New Zealand since 1990, and in Europe since 1998, a central brake lamp, mounted higher than the vehicle’s left and right brake lamps and called a “Centre High Mount Stop Lamp (CHMSL)”, is also required. The CHMSL is also sometimes referred to as the “centre brake lamp”, the “third brake light”, the “eye-level brake lamp”, the “safety brake lamp”, or the “high-level brake lamp”. The CHMSL may produce light by means of a single central filament bulb, a row or cluster of filament bulbs or LEDs, or a strip of Neon tube.
Early studies involving taxicabs and other fleet vehicles found that a third stop lamp reduced rear-end collisions by about 50%. The lamp’s novelty probably played a role, since today the lamp is credited with reducing collisions by about 5%.
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Now, the innovation moving forward by a blinking brake light. This small light easy to to install compared than a compact devices that let you maximize your Brake Light effectiveness when you apply your brakes.