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Tiniest sniff of fog and some folk seem to believe their 1.5 tonne steel box becomes invisible! In the middle of a well-lit city centre…? Honestly. Can you see the road? Can you see the car in front? Yes you can? Incredible.

So why on earth do you feel it necessary to blind me with your bloody fog light?

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I appreciate that on an A-road in the middle of nowhere fog lights are a fantastic idea. But viagra canadian pharmacy why oh why do so many idiots feel it’s necessary to switch the damn things on in the middle of the city?

The other day I was following a jeep in rush hour. We were never further than 2 metres apart and yet the idiot driver seemed to think it necessary to switch his fog lights on! Strangely enough mate, I could see you perfectly well before you switched it on. Then you decide to blind me. Nice one.

Not only that but now I can’t see your brake lights either. Aaaagh. Go read your highway code, which clearly states that you MUST NOT use front or rear fog lights unless visibility is seriously reduced as they dazzle other road users and can obscure your brake lights. You MUST switch them off when visibility improves.

Which as I’m sure you’ve all noticed is the biggest problem of all. Once they’re switched on it takes someone else to point out to these fools that they’ve forgotten to turn them off. Do us all a favour and next time you see fog forget where the bloody switch is will you?