Posted May 03, 2018 09:02:56 The light fury is one of the many lights in the Australian Capital Territory that are used to indicate a car is in a garage.
It was first introduced in 2007.
The lights are set up in a similar way to the standard lights in a car’s dashboard and they’re connected to the car’s horn, with a yellow bar on the horn, the driver’s and passenger’s side and a yellow stripe on the left of the car.
The car then starts the engine and when it stops, it emits a loud bang.
There’s also a loud beep at the end of the beep.
The beep is often accompanied by a flashing red light.
“It’s quite confusing, I can’t explain it, it’s just the way it is,” one motorist said.
“They’re really loud and it’s really distracting.”
One of the lights is at a distance of just 1.5 metres from a car.
In NSW, where light fury lighting is prohibited, the car that produces the beeping can be parked at the entrance to a building for the duration of the operation.
“If you are in a building with a garage, the lights are only visible to other cars on the road,” NSW Transport Minister Jacinta Allan said.
If a car produces a beep while a light fury vehicle is parked at a building, the person driving the vehicle must not enter the building, park it, enter the car and park it again.
“You must not drive into the garage, park or move into the car, and you must not move into or out of the garage without a valid ticket,” she said.
However, in Victoria, where the lights have been banned since 2015, motorists are not required to pay to remove them.
In February this year, the Victorian Government announced that all cars that produce beeping lights in Victoria would be banned.
“This includes all vehicles with a light and amber display,” Victoria’s Roads Minister Michael O’Brien said.
A spokeswoman for Victoria’s Department of Transport said a ticket would not be issued for an incident where a light is not being used.
The state government also announced a crackdown on people who operate cars without lights.
In June this year a Victorian man was fined $15,000 for not having a light.
It’s also illegal to park a car without lights, and in September the Victorian state government announced that people could be fined up to $1,000 if they are found to be in possession of a broken or broken down car.