Driving a car isn’t necessarily easy. First there’s all of the rules of the road, the signs, and the lines. Then on top of that you have to master all of the technicalities within the car. Shifting, accelerating, braking, signaling and loads of other things means drivers have to know what they’re doing. So anyone would assume that car manufacturers have made the simple features such as the radio, the lights, climate control, etc. super easy to use and impossible to screw up. However when it comes to cars’ exterior lighting, there is still a large hole in its functionality that many drivers exploit both intentionally and by mistake.