It’s a question that has become a common one for people driving in India and around the world.
And the answer is, don’t.
You don’t want your car lights on when you’re driving because that would give the police an opportunity to check your licence plate number.
So how does the Indian police know which of the cars on the road are on the same street as your driver?
The lights are turned off by the police officer, who looks at the road sign and, if the driver has a valid registration, the lights go off.
If you don’t have a valid licence, your lights go on for a few seconds before they go off again.
And there’s a reason for this.
In India, the rules around turning off the lights have changed a lot over the past few years.
The old rules say that lights should stay on during traffic stops.
But the new rules say they can be turned off during traffic-related stops.
In some areas, like Delhi, it’s even easier to turn off the car lights, so it’s up to the discretion of the police.
But there are some areas where the old rules are still followed.
For instance, in the city of Kanpur, the police officers can only turn off lights when the driver of the vehicle has a ticket.
If the driver doesn’t have tickets, then it’s not an issue.
And in some areas like New Delhi, police officers are also not allowed to turn on the lights when they are conducting searches.
In other places, like Mumbai, a traffic stop can be conducted without lights on in certain areas of the city.
The police are supposed to turn the lights off in such cases, but the police have said that this is only a recommendation and they have no power to enforce it.
In general, the new law doesn’t apply in Delhi, which is the capital of India and home to more than 20 million people.
So, people in the country who live outside the capital can still legally turn on their car’s headlights, but those who live in the capital are out of luck.
In Mumbai, the traffic light regulations are much simpler, and people who live inside the city are allowed to keep their headlights on even during their daily commute.
If they do so, then they are required to keep the lights turned on when they drive out of the car park.
If you live in a state that is not in the union of India, like Uttar Pradesh, and your car is not registered in the state, you can still turn the car’s lights on during a traffic-stop, but only if the police can verify that you have a ticket or other paperwork.
In some places, however, it may not be a good idea to drive through a state where your vehicle is not a registered vehicle.
And in some parts of the country, police are even allowed to stop a vehicle in an urban area and look at its license plate number if it appears that the vehicle is registered in a different state.
In some places in India, a car can be pulled over for driving a red light.
In those states, the driver can still get away with just turning off lights, but a car that is stopped in a red traffic light can be seized by the authorities.
In addition to these new rules, the Indian government has recently introduced a law that requires police officers to inform people that they have to keep a certain distance from their vehicle.
This is a very complicated issue because of the number of vehicles in the road and the number who are driving around with a red or yellow light.
The law is not enforced, however.
In fact, a few of the people who are currently driving around on red lights in India say that the rules are not enforced at all.