The light switch lever forms part of the ancillary control systems found in a vehicle. These control systems perform a variety of functions, from operating windows to adjusting mirrors at the flick of the wrist, to facilitate safer driving and driver comfort. Light switch levers have two important functions: to help improve the driver’s visibility of the road (day or night), and to facilitate safer driving in poor visibility conditions.
When the standard light switch lever succumbs to normal wear and tear over time through continuous use, car owners can upgrade with newer replacement lever solutions that may offer better control. Car owners can also opt for customised lever control systems that facilitate improved manipulation of the system or to enhance the customised look of the car’s interior. There are different types of lights required on a roadworthy car: head and side lights as well as fog lights, hazard lights, brake lights and turning signals. Lesser thought-of functions, such as the proper functioning of light switch levers, contribute to the harmonious inner workings of the car. These may not have a direct bearing on the performance of the car, but they do play a role in the well-rounded operations of a vehicle. Faulty car lights pose a danger on the road and need seeing-to.