reversing lights

Translations

reversing lights

[rɪˈvəːsɪŋˌlaɪts] npl (Brit) (Aut) → luci fpl di retromarcia
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The reversing lights contribute to this as well: they run inwards in a tapered shape, just like the flat headlights.
Mr Schofield said: "Officers expected the party would alight but instead the reversing lights went on and a manoeuvre was made which the officers took to be an attempt to ram their police vehicle.
The rear receives new tail lights with amber turn signals and LED reversing lights. A chrome strip on the rocker extends along the side of the vehicle, wrapping around the rear bumper, highlighting the lower bumper's skid-type design.
I got out and pointed to the rear of the van and asked the driver why his reversing lights did not work, he just grinned back at me and drove off.
Reversing lights on vehicles first used from September 1, 2009
contaminated brake fluid (quite how you check that for yourself, I have no idea), seeing if any fluids have leaked posing an environmental risk and making sure reversing lights are functioning.
Dash-cam film from the police car was played in court and showed how the Transit repeatedly came to a halt - its reversing lights illuminating briefly - before speeding off again.
The facility at ANGE's training centre includes the use of props fabricated by the team that include a wooden telehandler that is operated by pedal, but comes complete with reversing lights and alarms, as well as a model tower crane that can slew, move its hook block and lift up and down.
This includes your headlights, fog lights, all indicator lights, brake lights, reversing lights, side lights and number plate lights.
The rear has newly restyled light clusters, rear fog lights, reversing lights relocated outwards and edged in chrome or black.