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Re: fog lights/driving lights
> ~$100.00 to do anyway, I am wondering about getting some driving
> lights to replace the fogs. Has anyone heard/seen/bought anything
> like this, or is there a good reason not to do this? I have a 1990
> 80Q, with fog lights built into the front bumper.
Position. Fog lights are mounted as low as possible. Making the angle at
which the light strikes the water droplet relative to your eye as large as
possible is a Good Thing. Also, you don't want to needlessly light water
droplets or snowflakes in your line of sight close to the car.
Driving lights are mounted higher, but I am not sure if there is some
compelling reason to not mount them low. There is no reason to turn them on
in fog or snow, so I can't think of a reason to want to mount them low.
Why not replace your fog lights with better fog lights?