Fog, daytime running, and off-road lights can enhance driver visibility in a variety of conditions.

Fog Lights. Fog forms when water vapor condenses; it is basically a cloud that is near the ground. Fog makes visibility difficult. Fog lights are mounted low to the ground to get underneath the fog.

Daytime Running Lights. Many vehicles today come with automatic daytime running lights. Daytime running lights reduce multiple-vehicle daytime crashes.

Specialty Lights. Vehicles that are used for off-road purposes often use lights on a brush guard or specialized light bar to aid visibility. If you use specialty lights on the highway make sure they are aimed correctly so they don’t blind oncoming traffic.