luces de frenos lanza destellos ó intermitentes, la autoridad en licencias de la UE ha autorizado recientemente el uso de esta nueva forma ó manera de aviso de frenada, preparaos a ver otyra vez las luces de KIT pegadas con ventosas en los cristales traseros Mechy lo saca ya en el S STUTTGART, Germany — Mercedes-Benz will make its brake lights flash as a way to improve driver awareness and reduce rear-ender accidents. The European Union licensing authority recently approved this technology, and it will now enter production in the S-Class, the carmaker said. Mercedes said it would add the new brake technology to its CL-Class coupe in the near future. Research by Mercedes-Benz engineers has shown that driver reaction times are shortened by up to 0.2 second if a flashing red warning signal is given instead of the conventional non-flashing brake light during emergency braking. The studies carried out by the team at Mercedes found that at a speed of 50 mph this reduces the stopping distance by approximately 14.5 feet, and at 62.5 mph by around 18 feet.