Fog light

We see them from our cars as we drive down rural roads on dark foggy nights. We were also probably tested on them a long time ago during driver education classes. They’re fog lights—man-made illumination located on your car’s light switch. But when do you use them, and what exactly is their purpose?

Most cars, at least new ones, are equipped with fog lights. They are low beams that help you see through the fog. If you were to use your regular or high-beam lights, the light projected straight into the fog would bounce off the fog and reflect in all directions. This would, of course, make it harder to see the road and other traffic.

Fog lights, which only light the ground immediately in front of your car, are mainly for very foggy conditions when you are traveling slowly due to limited visibility. They can also sometimes be used on dark windy roads in the middle of the night. On a sunny day, you will likely not even notice your fog lights, and there is really no purpose in using them during these times.
We have fog lights both new and fairly used for TOYOTA, LEXUS, MITSUBISHI, MAZDA, FORD, KIA, HYUNDAI, HONDA, ACURA, NISSAN, INFINITI, PONTIAC VIBE, GMC, MERCEDES, VOLVO cars and SUV’S available in both retail and wholesale prices.

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