Drivers should use lights in the fog

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  • “There are so many drivers out here in the fog without their headlights on,” began a man. “It should be your headline. I don’t know what is wrong with them. There are many more this year than in the past. Don’t they understand they might be able to see, but oncoming traffic can’t see them. Besides, it is against the law to not have your headlights on in the fog.”
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