Brakelights glow as traffic slows to a crawl on I-540 westbound at the Glenwood Ave. interchange in Raleigh in January. An N.C. House committee debated and finally endorsed a bill Tuesday to require that every car and truck have two working brake lights.
Brakelights glow as traffic slows to a crawl on I-540 westbound at the Glenwood Ave. interchange in Raleigh in January. An N.C. House committee debated and finally endorsed a bill Tuesday to require that every car and truck have two working brake lights. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Brakelights glow as traffic slows to a crawl on I-540 westbound at the Glenwood Ave. interchange in Raleigh in January. An N.C. House committee debated and finally endorsed a bill Tuesday to require that every car and truck have two working brake lights. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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