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Old 11-28-2007, 02:11 AM   #89
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Originally Posted by kennyanc

"Dim your lights for oncoming traffic", not sure what the custom is you speak of though. I thought it was just so you don't blind oncoming drivers.

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Kenny,

You were correct on POBLADO PROXIMO, but missed on this one. This one is important for safety reasons. It has nothing to do with night time driving with high beams!

Hint #1: Look up the spanish verb ceder

Hint #2: Its high noon, and you're on a highway following a truck, for example, and you pull out to pass. As you get into the left lane, there is a truck coming in the other direction, himself being passed by a car who is flashing his headlights. What is the car communicating by flashing his lights? Therein lies the meaning of the sign,,,,,,

CEDA CAMBIO DE LUCES

Another try?

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