fog lamp

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fog lamp

n
(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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[USPRwire, Wed Aug 07 2019] The global automotive fog lights market has witness a potential upturn over the last few years and is likely to carry the prominence over the time.
[ClickPress, Wed Aug 07 2019] The global automotive fog lights market has witness a potential upturn over the last few years and is likely to carry the prominence over the time.
On Wednesday, PNP-HPG destroyed 4,674 LED lights, 27 strobe lights, four dome lights, 592 fog lights, 429 blinkers, 539 open mufflers, 36 sirens, 783 commemorative plates, eight horns, 25 motor plate covers, and 13 beacon lights.
Similarly, highlighting the steps taken by National Highway and Motorway Police (NH and MP) the sources said these include: Public Service Vehicle (PSV) transporters are directed to put on fog lights in front as well as in rear.
The Motorway police have advised the drivers to switch on fog lights while driving at very slow speed as the visibility was dropped to zero metres due to dense fog.
Travellers have been advised to not travel unnecessarily and use fog lights.
The Motorway police have also urged the drivers to drive slowly and switch on fog lights. They also requested people to stay home and avoid unnecessary traveling.
It also advised them to switch on fog lights and drive their vehicle very slowly to avoid any traffic accident.
It's very important for drivers to keep a safe distance, to use their headlights, on low beam, or fog lights, and to avoid using hazard warning lights unless they have completely stopped or are driving extremely slowly (under 20km per hour).
So, it's very important for drivers to keep a safe distance, to use their headlights on low beam, or fog lights and to avoid using hazard warning lights unless they have completely stopped or are driving extremely slowly (20 km/hour).
People have been asked to avoid unnecessary traveling while the drivers have been directed to use fog lights during foggy conditions.