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Anyone ever had a ticket for dirving with their fog lights on? One of my little pet hates :twisted:
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Errrrm is it just me or is your avatar huge?
Davelee225 said:
i know, im working on it :wink:
Eeeek now its gone :(
I got told off when i was about 18 as apparently my candles were too bright :lol:

But I agree, the law states that they can be used only when visibility is below 100 yards i think so why oh why do people have them on all the twatting time :evil:
Never had a problem myself.

Just tell the police that you cant see the end of the bonnett and that having them on helps you. Or that your house has a 200 meter driveway that isnt lit and that the fog lights help you see.
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Sorry to hear that mate :roll:
andy bassett said:
£40 fine on the spot 2 months ago, im saying no more about it :x
Oh do carry on :lol:
I bet that went on the coppers lunch! :roll:
I got pull whan i was 17 in a Ford Maverick at the time they followed me from a pub and pulled me over breathilised me but once they realised i hadn't had a drop to drink they strarted checking the car tyre etc bearing in mind it was only 3 month's old at the time :?

And then he said '' do you know it's a offence to drive with your fog light on in normal weather conditions'' Here a £40 fine have a nice day :cry:
It is a bit annoying when people stick their fogs on when its bright sunshine haha.

Its not one of my pet hates but I can see it annoying people.

What gets me is that the Police will fine you for having them on yet Xenons are far more dazzling than fog lights anyway. :roll: :roll:
It is a bit annoying when people stick their fogs on when its bright sunshine haha.
Must admit i have never understood why people have there knob light on in the day time :wink:
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