fog lamp

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fog lamp

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(Automotive Engineering) a powerful light for use in foggy conditions, usually positioned low down on the front or rear of a road vehicle
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Sporty GT and GT-Line models add LED fog lights, twin tailpipes and gloss black highlights for the door mirror caps, side sills and air intake grille.
They have also urged the drivers to drive slowly and switch on fog lights.
The Motorway police have also urged the drivers to drive slowly and switch on fog lights.
Motorway police advised people to avoid travelling due to low visibility, adding that people should use fog lights while driving cars.
Before driving during foggy conditions, correct use of fog lights must be ensured.
Before starting your engine, turn on your fog lights and keep them on until the fog has cleared.
If you intend to keep driving, it is best to set your regular headlights to low beam or turn on your fog lights to avoid confusing other motorists.
So use fog lights when driving - be safe and be seen.
Use fog lights or dipped headlights when visibility drops below 100 meters (about the size of a football pitch).
Hazard signals and fog lights make sure other motorists see you and will know to stay within a safe distance.
People have been advised to reduce the speed of their vehicles and use fog lights to avert any untoward situation, particularly on the motorway.
Assistant Commissioner Hafiz Najeeb -- ssistant Commissioner Hafiz Najeeb, during a meeting with transporters and traffic police officials, asked transporters to use refractors and fog lights on vehicles during the foggy season.