Daytime running lamps (DRLs) are lighting devices that are designed to enhance the visibility of vehicles during daylight hours. These lamps are typically located at the front of the vehicle and provide a low-level, forward-facing light that makes the vehicle more visible to other drivers.
DRLs can help reduce the risk of accidents during daytime driving by making it easier for other drivers to see and identify the vehicle. They are particularly useful in low-light conditions, such as fog or rain, where visibility can be reduced. Daytime running lamps are created to be less intense, using less power and creating less glare for other drivers.