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RACV RoyalAuto magazine
K Vidler, Wheelers Hill
The Road Rules state that a driver may switch their headlights to high beam briefly to warn a vehicle ahead that they are about to overtake but for no other purpose.
Therefore a driver is not allowed to flash their headlights to warn other drivers about a mobile speed camera.
Using headlights on high beam is also not allowed within 200m of an oncoming vehicle or a vehicle travelling in the same direction ahead of you.
RACV’s Emily McLean
Published in RoyalAuto Nov 2016