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  1. Excellent article. My @s_i_n_s twitter account likes to point out that all impairment is dangerous, mostly snow, but rain, fog, lack of lights, all serve to impair motorists and drivers from seeing as much as possible. Fog/rain/snow while driving are uncontrollable beyond defrost and wipers, and a full set of lights on. While stopped though, brushing and scraping or wiping weather residue off your vision panels and lights and mirrors can only benefit your safety. I drive with lights 100% of the time, light travels faster than I do, so I’m much more visible to anyone approaching especailly if I’m slower and they haven’t reduced speed in fog (not exactly a full deck doing that). Always drive to the conditions, and stop to improve them, in snowstorms, if its heavy enough I will pull over and brush more often to keep my vision clear. If it’s not clear, don’t put it in gear. Thanks

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