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Both fog lights and driving lights add to the amount of visibility your headlights are producing during several driving situations. To help the driver drive the weather is relentlessly foggy, fog lights are at work and releases a wide beam of pure light that helps the driver see more clearly while on the road.
Driving lights comes into the function when the driver feels his basic headlights are not enough to light up the dark and an unfamiliar road. Driving lights adds to the amount of light being produced by the main headlights. When one or both among these i.e., fog and driving lights fail, driver may find it hard to readjust to standard high beam or low beam headlights.
When a driver wants to use one among these lights (fog lights or driving lights), he will just engage a pre-allocated switch in the car cabin that indicates to relay that these lights are to be turned on. The relay, in turn, transfers power from the car battery to light them.
Fuses keep the electrical components in the car from overloading and will blow or break the light’s circuit if the pressure becomes unbearable.
A top-notch professional will visit your place and thoroughly inspect your lights to determine the cause of the problem. After the inspection, a basic review report will be given to the owner of the car to read before getting his car repaired.
In the inspection report that the mechanic will provide, there will also be a price range the car can be repaired in.