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Fog Driving

Fog is formed when temperature drops to dew points as a cloud at ground level. It could reduce visibility to ΒΌ mile or less. The best advice is pull of the road into a rest area but if you must drive consider these precautions:

  • Slow down before you enter fog.
  • Switch off to fog lights. Slow down and look at the mirrors.
  • Always reduced your speed. Pay attention in the car in front of you and use the right edge of the road as a guide.
  • Pay special attention to other drivers who not use fog lights or dipped headlights. Don't take risks.
  • Listen for traffic you cannot see.
  • Be aware when visibility conditions reduce as: twilight, darkness, rain, snow, fog, smoke, and bright sunshine.
  • To deal with bright sunlight you must have a pair of sunglasses in your vehicle.