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Motorcycle Fog Lights: I Can See Again!

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Motorcycle Fog and Driving Lights

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Do you need MOTORCYCLE FOG LIGHTS?

If you ride in the fog, and particularly if you ride when it’s dark, you’ll wish you had ’em.

I’ve ridden through fog so dense and heavy that even slowing down to a turtle’s pace seemed too fast.

It can be harder riding through dense fog at night than through a tremendous rain storm. In both cases, your headlight can be refracted through all the water droplets into one big bright wall of nothing, right in front of you. It just seems worse in dense fog – I’m guessing because there are so many more water droplets in the air (and they are much smaller in the fog).

MOTORCYCLE FOG LIGHTS are auxiliary lights mounted low on your bike, typically around the lower area of your front fork. Mounting fog lights closer to the ground helps to minimize reflection from your lights off the fog itself, giving you more of what you bought the darn things for in the first place: do you can see further ahead of you!

MOTORCYCLE DRIVING LIGHTS

Additional, if you can get fog lights with orange or yellow lenses or filters, they are better at penetrating through all those reflective water particles that make up the fog – far better than blue light, which is more common for MOTORCYCLE DRIVING LIGHTS, which are great for increased illumination in the dark, but aren’t as good to help you see through the fog.

And just to make life more interesting for you, many manufacturers don’t differentiate between motorcycle fog lights and motorcycle driving lights, since many consumers aren’t aware of the differences. So, some manufacturers just call any lights they’re selling “fog lights” and “driving lights” in the hopes that you want one of those sets for your bike!

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