Cats and Audi's and rear fogs....
Larry C Leung
l.leung at juno.com
Mon Dec 10 18:09:43 EST 2001
Occasionally, I've used fogs to find whether or not there are deer by the
side of the road. But the dry weather use was quite judicious, and
certainly not in the true suburban area I live in now, but WAY upstate
and in Maine, where this was a crucial survival tool.
The 200 doesn't have fogs (unfortunately), so bad weather really sucks
LL - NY
On Sun, 9 Dec 2001 22:26:04 -0500 "TM" <t44tq at mindspring.com> writes:
>No, maybe car owners should learn how to properly operate
>their cars, know what the controls do and learn how to operate
>the car within the context of compliance with the vehicle laws
>and regulations as they are in the various States of the US.
>Fog lights are for _fog_ and similar inclement weather conditions,
>not for "looking kewl" or any other such stupid notion, whether
>they are front- rear- or sideways-mounted.
>I'll give people no slack at all for this- if you're so stupid
>that you can't operate your vehicle properly, you have no logical
>reason to be operating the vehicle on public roads at all- you're
>a hazard to others.
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