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Driving in dense fog can be dangerous. Here is how to drive in dense fog by Ford Extreme Weather Driving Tips:
  • Slow down, with visibility reduced it’s important to allow for increased reaction times and not rush.
  • Keep a larger distance between yourself and other motorists especially throat is wet you may be tempted to drive more closely to the car in front of you to keep it in sight but this can increase your risk of collision.
  • Turn on your low beam headlamps, high beams can cause light to reflect back off water droplets in the air further obscuring your view.
  • If your vehicle has spotlights turn them on, they further eliminate the road when it’s foggy and making more visible to other cars.
  • Always use your windshield wipers and if rosters and pop to help you seen reduce glare from oncoming vehicles.
  • Roll down your window so you can hear it’s happening around you when your visibility is reduced.
  • If you hear any suspicious noises like squealing or crunching safely break and pulled to the side of the road.
  • When visibility is reduced, use the white line on the right hand side of the road to guide you this is safer than using the center line which will bring you closer to oncoming traffic.
  • If visibility is reduced the point we’re continuing to drive would be unsafe you might be tempted to stop on the road but don’t this could cause an accident; instead pull over to a safe area completely off the road then turn on your emergency flashers or hazard lights so other drivers know you’re parked and don’t try to follow you.
  • Avoid using your hazard lights when moving however because this is illegal in many states.
“Please remember while driving in dense fog slow down use your low beams and fog lights turn on your windshield wipers and if rosters roll down your windows and follow the right side paper in line and if it’s too difficult to see pull over and turn on your emergency flashers”.

If you have been injured in an accident of any kind, you may be entitled to money damages. If you think this is the case, call us at


When you contact our office, we will immediately set up a free, confidential appointment where you will meet an attorney who will listen to you and evaluate your case.  We have conveniently located offices in Perth AmboyNew BrunswickJersey CityRoselle and East Orange. We understand traumatic brain injuries, neck injuries, back injuries and other medical problems caused by accidents and the problems that they can cause in your daily life.  Our law firm will always work to make sure you are compensated fairly.

Whether you were a pedestrian, a bicyclist, a shopper in a store, or the occupant of train, or car, motorcycle, boat or any motor vehicle, or have been hurt at an amusement park or at your workplace, bitten by a dog or injured in a fall down accident, you should immediately call one of the experienced personal injury attorneys at

 (732) 442-5900, 21-COURTLAW (212) 687-8529, during regular business hours or 1-800-RITELAW (800-748-3529) toll free.  You can even call either number on weekends or after regular business hours. We have offices in MiddlesexUnionEssex and Hudson counties.  call us .

163 Market Street Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 Map →

103 Bayard Street New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Map →

639-41 St. Georges Avenue Roselle, NJ 07203 Map →

257 Central Avenue E. Orange, NJ 07018 Map →

2322 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City, NJ 07304 Map →

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