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When driving commercial vehicles in foggy conditions, it’s essential to prioritize safety above all else. Here are some tips for commercial drivers navigating fog:

  1. Reduce Speed: Slow down to a safe speed that allows you to maintain control of the vehicle. Decreasing your speed provides you with more time to react to any unexpected obstacles or hazards that may arise.
  2. Increase Following Distance: Maintain a safe distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. In foggy conditions, visibility is reduced, so it’s crucial to leave extra space to account for any sudden stops or slowdowns.
  3. Use Low Beams: Use low beam headlights or fog lights to improve visibility. High beams can reflect off the fog and create glare, further reducing visibility.
  4. Stay Focused: Keep your full attention on the road ahead. Avoid distractions such as using your phone, adjusting the radio, or engaging in other activities that can take your eyes off the road.
  5. Use Hazard Lights: If visibility is extremely poor and you’re driving significantly below the speed limit, consider using your hazard lights to make your vehicle more visible to other drivers.
  6. Listen for Traffic: In dense fog, you may not be able to rely solely on your vision. Listen for other vehicles and use your mirrors to stay aware of your surroundings.
  7. Avoid Sudden Maneuvers: Make gradual lane changes and turns, and avoid sudden braking or acceleration, as these actions can increase the risk of accidents in low visibility conditions.
  8. Use Road Markings as a Guide: Stay within your lane by using road markings and reflective lane dividers as guides.
  9. Monitor Weather Updates: Stay informed about weather conditions along your route. If fog is expected, plan your trip accordingly and be prepared to adjust your driving behavior as needed.
  10. Consider Stopping if Visibility is Extremely Poor: If visibility becomes dangerously low and you’re unable to safely continue driving, find a safe place to pull over and wait for conditions to improve.

By following these tips and exercising caution, commercial drivers can reduce the risk of accidents and ensure the safety of themselves and others when driving in foggy conditions.

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