Fog is common in the winter season, which also has an impact on everyday work. Due to the fog, the speed of the trains decreases. The highest effect of fog occurs in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana and South Punjab.
Fog Havoc in Winter
Actually, the drivers of the vehicle face many problems during the fog. It is not easy to guess the road due to low visibility. In such a situation, people use fog light to fog. The risk of accidents caused by fog lights can be reduced.
By the way, all the cars also have a defogger on the rear windshield, because fog lamps are very helpful in fog and mist. These are mounted on both sides of the car in front and back. They give information about your direction to the front and rear vehicle.
Headlight High-Beam is Hazardous
The fog light emits a low beam, falling down onto the road surface which prevents the light from spreading. Keeping the headlight on the high-beam in the mist can be dangerous for you as well as the vehicle coming from the front. Especially on paths where there is no divider. Because when the headlight is in high-beam during the fog, the driver coming from the front sees nothing but the flashing light.
Drive Vehicle Wisely on the Road
Driving in headlight high-beam is considered against the traffic rule, there is also a provision for fine. But often people intentionally make this kind of mistake. Apart from this, driving at high speed in fog means an accident, so it would be better to drive at a lower speed than the speed limit. Frequent lane change in fog can cause accidents.
Some people drive by driving the Hazard Light (both indicators on) during fog, which is totally wrong, because this does not allow the vehicle behind to know your exact position. Accidents may occur during lane change or turn. Use it only when your car is stopped.