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post #13 of (permalink) Old 08-14-2006
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Originally Posted by lostsk8r
I was just reading the speeding ticket post about the guy who actually got pulled over for using them when not needed. I actually always turn them on as I believe they make us stick out as GTs against the regular mustangs.. but Im curious if anyone else has ever experienced this.. A few times i've been driving late at night and had some people flash their brights at me, and you know sometimes it may happen randomly but in FL i've had it happen alot, makes me think my fog lights are too bright and they think i'm flashing my brights at them..
anyone else ever thought this?
Kind of random I know but just was on my mind
In OK you must extinquish all auxillary / fog / driving lights when meeting other traffic. (basically your only supposed to meet oncoming traffic with only two headlamps set on low beam.
) i too run all 4 alot, but i live in a rural area. i have gotten flashed quite a few times running all 4, so alot of times i will run just the fogs only. same look and no one flashes. i have noticed though that on two lane backroads those fogs can be a bit bright, especially if your meeting on the top of a hill. on divided roads, i dont see how the fogs would blind anyone.....

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