Fog Lights in Cars in Australia

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The use of Fog lights in Australia, even when there is no fog, is of great concern to many drivers.

Unfortunately, too many drivers are actually unaware that they even have Fog lights on, many assume they are driving lights, which would be legal and actually recommended.

Rules on Fog Lights in each Australian State:

Queensland: The driver of a vehicle fitted with a front fog light or rear fog light must not operate the fog light unless the driver is driving in fog or other hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility.   Maximum penalty – 20 penalty units.

Tasmania: The driver of a vehicle fitted with front fog lights or rear fog lights must not operate the fog lights unless the driver is driving in fog or other hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility.  Penalty: Fine not exceeding 5 penalty units.



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