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Old 05-21-2014, 04:06 PM   #1
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Fog lights

I need to buy new fog lights and was wondering if anyone uses the white lights? I hate when someone gets behind me with them but being low I was wondering if it would give more light and not blind people.
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I use my small "fog" white lights and shut them off if I am in traffic. I have never had anyone flash their lights at me because they were high or in their eyes. They make a huge difference over the crappy headlights.
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Thanks, wife and I am getting old and can't see at night either. Headed to auto parts.
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Thanks, wife and I am getting old and can't see at night either. Headed to auto parts.

Forget the old part. Motorhome headlights just don't get the job done. I'll bet you can see just fine in your car !
If all else fails, tape a white cane to the front of your Motorhome. Then they will give you plenty of room !
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