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    If parking on a 2 way road, with a limit exceeding 30mph, you should leave your parking lights on.
    If you have to park in fog use sidelights (parking lights)
    In poor visibility used Dipped Headlights. If making a journey in fog ensure the lights are working
    and the windows are clean. If surface spray occurs on the motorway use Dipped Headlights.
    Using Rear Fog lights when not necessary will make brake lights less visible and dazzle following
    drivers.
    Powered Vehicles (Motorised Wheelchairs etc.) using a dual carriageway will have a flashing amber
    light. A powered vehicle has a maximum speed of 8mph (12km/h).
    Flashing Amber lights under a School warning sign warn you to slow down until clear of the area.
    Reinforce signals safely using Arm signals
    A Pedestrian wearing reflective clothing and carrying a red light would signify an Organised Walk.
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    Whack the hazards on and leave it, everybody else does.
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    (Original post by Twinport53)
    Whack the hazards on and leave it, everybody else does.
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    (Original post by SlaveEarth)
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    If in doubt, put the hazards on.
 
 
 
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