VIDEO: Automotive Fog Lighting

VIDEO: Automotive Fog Lighting

High-quality fog lights are specifically aimed to go out and down in a broad pattern.

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Fog lighting can complement traditional low beams by providing additional illumination for a small area of the road underneath the fog to help the driver see road markings and other hazards. But, they work best at very low speeds, and that’s why their future is a bit cloudy.

This video is sponsored by the Automotive Distribution Network.

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