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Ever read the reddiquette? At night: Your lights are too bright, please put them on low beam. Or possibly hazard ahead if on a 2 lane road with no median. Especially on roads between villages or small towns.
During the day: Speed trap ahead, hazard ahead. If you are going more than 100 km/h, some semi trucks and buses would flash their lights when passing you so that you lift your foot off the gas pedal and let them pass. Most are limited to 90/100 and don t want to ruin the disk record (paper disk that gets checked by LEOs in a traffic stop). You can rule out the fact that they are telling you that your lights are off at any time before sunset.