I’ve been scared lately by cars driving at night with defective lamps (and who hasn’t found themselves with a malfunctioning vehicle lamp on occasion?)
Today’s invention is a way to ensure a safe journey home, even if one’s vehicle lights have completely failed.
This takes the form of a strip of lamps secured to each of the underside of bonnet and boot lids.
Both front and rear units contain a small camera which can easily detect which lamp or lamps are off and substitute for them, using a bank of lights (including simulated indicators) which have their own, autonomous power supply and which spring up when needed.
Substituting for the damaged lights only, minimises the visual confusion of other road users and enables a cautious trip home.