I have xenon lights. I was driving mostly at low speed in town. Maybe the fog goes a way at higher speed when the lights are really needed...Patrickv said:Do you have xenon or regular lights?
I have seen some comments on different models this is due to the open construction of headlights.... And the fog goes away when driving...
I checked the lights immediately after stopping the car with lights still on. The fog was mainly on the sides of the assemblies and clearly the heat had removed fog directly in front of the lights. First time I noticed this there was so much fog that I think it was indeed partially blocking the light beams.jens-peter said:Just out of curiosity, how could you tell that there were fog in the headlights while driving?
I can see why it would come when the car is parked, but would the heat from the lights not remove the fog, when driving?
Ah okay, I have been out in heavy rain, but I just wanted to go inside when we arrived I'll try to remember this, and look at the headlights the next time.PeteS said:I checked the lights immediately after stopping the car with lights still on.
From my understanding, the headlights (xerons and rear lights) are automatically on, when the window wipers are running. I'm sure I read that in the manual, because the first time I was out in heavy rain I was unsure if the lights were on or not, but they should be activated with the wipers.PeteS said:I’m going to make sure to always have xenons on when driving in rain so that no moisture should built up directly in front of them.