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When you are living in a fog-free area, then such an add-on as fog lights may not be useful in your life. However, if you occasionally find yourself in dense fog area where it is quite common to have zero visibility... Well, then probably fog lights could be a huge help.

Fog tends to reflect the light back causing the glare you see when it's really thick. CARiD is here to cover you up with our super bright Halo projector fog lights manufactured by Spyder for improved illumination and better visibility. Mounted low on the vehicle and angled toward the road, fog lights reduce glare and illuminate the road right in front of the ride.

The most important thing about these fog lights is that they come equipped with Halo rings, that light up with your parking light. Moreover, Halo rings circles are really sharp and visible even in a daytime.

Find prices and more details about our bright Halo projector fog lights by Spyder here:

Spyder® - Halo Projector Fog Lights
http://www.carid.com/spyder/halo-projector-fog-lights.html


High-quality fog lights, in addition to good headlights, are still better than headlights alone.
 

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Yes, you are totally right these fog lights have full cutoff. So they will ensure the good driver visibility angle and won't shine in other drivers' eyes. These fog lights are designed to produce clear light, fairly close to the white.

@ nlgrav182
Spyder fogs use projectors to give a better cut off and added visibility while driving at night.
Check out this projector fog light diagram. I found it on the web, so it is provided for the reference only. Hope it will be useful for many JKowners forum members:


Also take a look at this example of projector fog lights light output:

This picture was also found on the Internet.
 
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