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rear fog lamp needed
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Tom Nas) writes:
> >In some countries rear fogs are illegal (Holland?).
> Not illegal. I think it is illegal to have two rear fogs (although the
> police do nothing about it). It's illegal to have your rear fog on when
> visibility is more than 250m or you're in a built-up area.
And, crime of crimes - _two_ rear fogs in _rain_!
_ALL_ insurance cover should be suspended for such morons!
> Front fogs however, are a different kettle of fish altogether. I wish
> they'd do something about the people who use these all the time- a nice
> source for revenue enhancement if ever I saw one. A very irritating habit
> becoming more common as most new cars seem to be fitted with front fogs as
> standard- in a country that has 7 foggy days in a bad year...
Drive with too many lights switched on in the UK, and you'll get pulled over
and breathalysed. One of the principle effects of alcohol is to make things
look darker than they really are - drunks tend to turn on too much light, and
so HM Fuzz tend to get interested.
Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club