FOG is a serious hazard to drivers – and it could be dangerous if you don't use your fog lights at the right time.
Using your fog lights at the wrong time is against driving laws – so it's important to be well informed. Here's everything you need to know.
What does the fog light symbol look like?
All cars are fitted with rear fog lights by law and many UK vehicles have both front and back fog lights.
Your dashboard will show you which lights on your car are switched on.
When you switch on your fog lights, a symbol with the fog light icon will light up to let you know and remind you.
This is called a tell-tale light, and is standard around the world.
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The symbol for your front fog lights will normally be green, and the symbol for your rear fog lights is ordinarily amber.
Front fog lights are represented with a green light shining left, with a wavy line through the beam.
Meanwhile, the rear fog light symbol depicts an amber light pointing right, with the same wavy line through the beam.
They can usually be found on a button on the dashboard, on a steering wheel, or next to the dial you use to control your regular lights.
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