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Turn DRLs ON 17 70.83%
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Question 2014/2015 LED DRLs - ON or OFF?

I only picked up my 2015 Overland a few weeks ago but have noticed several other 2014/2014 WK2s that have their LED DRLs turned off. I've seem a couple of Limited (with the Lux II pkg), an Overland, and even s Summit.

This is here in SoCal and I was wondering what others were doing?

DRLs ON or OFF?

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Re: 2014/2015 LED DRLs - ON or OFF?

On for sure
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Re: 2014/2015 LED DRLs - ON or OFF?

Every car should have bright LED DRLs that can't be turned off. So when idiots don't turn their headlights on a desk or in the rain/snow,other drivers can still see them.
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Re: 2014/2015 LED DRLs - ON or OFF?

Well based on the poll results, folks are split evenly about running with DRLs on or off.
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Re: 2014/2015 LED DRLs - ON or OFF?

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Every car should have bright LED DRLs that can't be turned off. So when idiots don't turn their headlights on a desk or in the rain/snow,other drivers can still see them.
Every vehicle should be permanently immobilized with the wheels and engine removed. So when idiots try to drive them incompetently, they won't be able to run over anyone.

My DRLs are firmly off, and I love that Jeep made it an option in the settings on my 2014 because otherwise I would have severed the wires in the circuit in order to disable them. I hate DRLs, and I think this recent trend of gaudy LED DRLs is revolting. Of course, I support allowing people to run with their DRLs enabled if they so choose.
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Re: 2014/2015 LED DRLs - ON or OFF?

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Every car should have bright LED DRLs that can't be turned off.
^This.
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On for many reasons, safety been the primary one.


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