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Old 16-12-11, 07:28 PM   #1
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Does anyone know what looks like daylight on 407?
is it posible to setup that foglight turn on automaticly when engine is started, and by night when regular light are turned on by sensor, that fog lights going off?
i hope that i am not confusing
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Old 16-12-11, 07:41 PM   #2
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Why do you want foglights on during the day???

Yes you are confusing me
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Old 16-12-11, 08:18 PM   #3
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i have to have lights turned on during the day because of our stupid law, and i tghaut it would be nicer to have fog lights on than regular lights since LED is not alowed
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Old 16-12-11, 08:21 PM   #4
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since LED is not alowed
And fog lights are?? They're not in the UK

Back to original question.... don't think you will get them to work though.... I believe the car can be configured for DRLs, but thats bound to be dipped headlights, not fog lights. Fog lights are a real menace to oncoming drivers
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Why do you want foglights on during the day???

Yes you are confusing me
Bumper fog lights and side lights on during the day, definitely a pet-hate of mine.
and more and more people seem to be doing it.
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Bumper fog lights and side lights on during the day, definitely a pet-hate of mine.
and more and more people seem to be doing it.
And illegal too
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Old 17-12-11, 11:20 AM   #7
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Mirko, using fog lights in serbia when there is no fog, or to be more specific when visibility in fog is greater than 200m is not allowed and will get you fined. and as other guys mentioned its also mighty annoying.

Just get the datyime running lights activated in pp and you will be fine. i did that for mine and exchanged the sidelights for led's. looks good too.

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Old 17-12-11, 05:50 PM   #8
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Is now allowed..... or not allowed
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as far as i know there is still no restriction which does not allow using fog lights in the day :/ i am not 100% sure
btw new passat have daylight in foglight it looks good to me, so i wanted same on Peugeot
when it comes to Serbian law there are PLENTY of things which are not clear... eg i wanted to tint my windows... some people told me its alowed, some its not, and some of them told me that only back can be tinted... and there is no law which celarly describes that... or i couldnt find it

another strange thing which describe how daylight should looks like... that means that eg audi drivers with led daylight or peugeot 508 drivers, have to turn on light cos led is not alowed :/

@battlestar do u ahve picture of ur lights?
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Is now allowed..... or not allowed
not allowed. silly me

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as far as i know there is still no restriction which does not allow using fog lights in the day
and i didnt say that there is. what i said was that there is a law that forbids using fog lights when there is no fog or to be more precise Article 79. of traffic safety law prescribes that fog lights are to be used only due to reduced visibility or fog.

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another strange thing which describe how daylight should looks like... that means that eg audi drivers with led daylight or peugeot 508 drivers, have to turn on light cos led is not alowed
Not true, Article 77 of the aforementioned law prescribes that during the day all road vehicles must have low beams on or the daytime running lights. It doesnt say what type of DRL's or wheather they can be led or not or even if they can be aftermarket or not. To quote the same article:

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Danju, na motornom vozilu za vreme vožnje u saobraćaju na putu, moraju da
budu uključena kratka, odnosno dnevna svetla.
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In daylight, motor vehicle during the road use must use low beams or the DLR's
So there you have it. Install LED's, or dont and just use the low beams, just dont annoy people with fog lights and high beams when they should not be used. Everyone hates it and im sure you do too when someone blinds you.


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@battlestar do u ahve picture of ur lights?
Ill take one today and plaster it on here.
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