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It's generally cars with extremely bright DRLs that do this. I know Nissan does it cause their DRLs are extremely bright, or at least the ones on the rogue are. I was driving the Rogue at night granted it was extremely dark and in the woods so no light pollution or street lamps and without a doubt I can say that the DRLs are almost as bright as the headlights.
 
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I paid attention yesterday when my lights reflected in the tailgate of a very clean and shiny pickup truck. My DRLs on: and they stay on when the turn signals are flashing. So, the Stinger's lights are not cancelled by the turn signals.
 
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