Originally Posted by DD788Snipe
ICC I am told stands for Interstate Commerce Commission. All that switch does is flash the clearance lights. Still have on clue why it's marked ICC. Now that doesn't sound right does it?
reading several post back I wrote:
not all MH have one and moreover, The ICC Termination Act of 1995 is a United States federal law enacted in 1995 that abolished the Interstate Commerce Commission.
It was the ICC that used to make the safety rules and marketing laws and that is why it was called an ICC switch. That was abolished 20 years ago. The switch was invented back in 1958.
Older Macks, KW's, Peterbuit etc had these switches. Today most trucks have running lights just like cars and they do not have options for flashing. I think Volvo does provide a headlight on-off flash.
What ever you do - DO NOT FLASH YOUR HIGH BEAM AS THAT ONLY BLINDS THE FORWARD DRIVER WHEN HE LOOKS IN THE MIRROR.
read what real trucker have to say:
courtesy when being passed at night - Page 1