Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 22:33:58 -0000
From: "Rui Pedro Ribeiro" <rui.pedro.ribeironopsamisao.pt>
Subject: Re: front foglights


The fog-lights beam is very bright (much more than normal lights), so it really does harm opposite side drivers; at least it harms me. So of course there is a law not allowing them to be used unless fog is present. Some say that they have best light coverage with fog lights on; to those, i simply say that i also have better vision with high-beams... Pedro "-Bob-" <noemailnopsammain.com> escreveu na mensagem news:u25a4vsuria7aurervqmp3c2m0f1rr2elhnopsamcom... > On Fri, 07 Feb 2003 17:31:29 -0500, tom reingold > <trn244nopsamnline.net> wrote: > > >For that matter, what is the point of front fog lights? I understand > >they cast a nice wide beam, really low down. The ones on my 1995 Saab > >9000 don't cast it very far forward. > > They do help in blinding snow storms or dense fog when your forward > speed is low. But, you really have to shut off the headlights for > them to help and that's not necessarily legal. You're right about > the short beam... it doesn't make them more useful. > > I myself prefer a "driving" light mounted low like a fog light. > It gets the light down low, which helps in fog and snow. It lights > for a long distance, which makes them practical to use. It also > (when properly aimed) supplements the weaker factory low beams > without blinding on-coming drivers the way your high-beams will. > > Bob

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