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How to Drive Safely in Fog

Posted on March 2, 2014   |   498 views

DefensiveDriving.com offers some valuable tips on how to drive safely in fog -- one of the most challenging conditions a driver can face. For more tips, click here.

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  1. 1. alfredo garduño [ March 04, 2014 @ 06:13PM ]

    All the information is very interesting.

  2. 2. Dave Golder [ March 05, 2014 @ 07:36AM ]

    I teach that when you pull off the road, due to poor viability, you should shut OFF you vehicle lights. This was, you are not to inviting other motorists, who are having trouble seeing, from following you and your lights.

  3. 3. DO Snyder [ March 07, 2014 @ 03:27PM ]

    What makes matters worse is the operators who insist on engaging their hazard lights and continuing to drive on the road. Who started this practice?

  4. 4. Craig [ March 10, 2014 @ 05:30AM ]

    Good point Dave on the lights on or off option while pulled off to the side. WE've instructed on drivers to use their hazard lights and to get as far off as possible while still being safe not to go too far off road. As for driving with the hazards on, well that's just ridiculous as can be.

 

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