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Old 26 Mar 2010, 03:45 am
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Smile Do you need DRL(daytime running lights)

Hi everybody,

I'm a fresh man here.This January i went to Poland and Germany for a business trip.I found many cars with the front lights on in daytime.Is it the same situation in all over of EU countries?

As i knew,LED is the best choice for DRL(Daytime running lights) because of its no pollution, no noises, no electronic interferer advantages.I think it will be a big market for DRL products.How do you think?Is there any body want to deal this business ?Or if anyone is dealing this business?Would you please share your idea with us?Maybe you can send email to me:
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