Keep your headlights on starting this week

Buses, taxis and freight vehicles must keep their lights on during the day when driving within city limits as well as on inter-city roads.

By RON FRIEDMAN
November 1, 2010 05:06

 
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Drivers are instructed to turn on their headlights during the day on all inter-city roads starting on Monday.


The Transportation Ministry issued a statement on Sunday, reminding the public that the ordinance would be in effect between November 1 and March 31, and that the penalty for drivers caught with their headlights off is a fine of NIS 100 and two penalty points.

Buses, taxis and freight vehicles must keep their lights on during the day when driving within city limits as well as on inter-city roads.

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