You’re driving on a wet motorway with surface spray. What lights should you use?

Question Topic: Safety margins

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Hazard warning lights
Dipped headlights
Rear fog lights

The official DVSA guide to driving states:

Use dipped headlights in poor visibility (such as rain, drizzle, mist, or very poor light) so that other drivers can see you.

You MUST use your dipped headlights when visibility is seriously reduced.

  • They’ll be seen from a much greater distance than sidelights.
  • They won’t dazzle other drivers or pedestrians in the daytime.

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