Failing to increase visibility.
Standard headlights can reflect off the moisture in the air, making visibility in foggy conditions worse. A driver could be negligent if they were not using the car’s fog lights or low-beam headlights or if their taillights and brake lights were not working properly.
Failing to exercise due caution.
Travel during low-visibility conditions should be restricted to necessary trips on well-known roads. If the driver who struck you was taking an unknown route, had no cause to be driving, or was taking any unnecessary risks, they may be found liable for negligence.
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