Fog. Driving in it is like driving with a blindfold on, and it could be fatal if you don’t know how to drive in it properly. In our new article ‘How to drive carefully in the fog’, we give you tips on how to stay safe in the fog!

Stay Safe

It is important that you know how to stay safe when the fog hits, it’s deteriorating and deadlier than people think. It is said to have caused 31,385 crashes, 511 deaths and up to 11,812 injuries from 2011 – 2012 alone, so don’t be a statistic and read our article to find out how you can drive carefully in the fog.

No tailgating

Do not drive too closely to the car in front. This is dangerous even without the fog, but with the fog, it drastically increases the chance of you having either a minor or a fatal car crash. Luckily here at Scuff ‘n’ Scratch we are fully prepared for any minor car crashes. With our Minor Crash Repairs in Milton Keynes, we can attend to your needs quickly and efficiently. Fog has this ability to distort distance so even if you feel you are not too close to the driver in the front; it’s best the be 100% safe, so if they suddenly break for any reason you can stay secure.


It’s foggy, so turn on your fog light. If the fog is extremely thick and you can barely make out the vehicle in front of you, turn on your fog lights. They will help you see the vehicle in front even if you just see it a little; it’s worth your safety.

Keep your windows clean

Fog is already a disadvantage when it comes to your sight and unclear windows only make it worse. To keep your windows clear and to stop it from fogging up, use the air conditioner as a heater only moistens up the air and makes the problem worse. An air conditioner acts as a dehumidifier and draws moisture out of the air which keeps your windows fog-free and clear.

Slow Down

You cannot afford to drive fast in the fog. Not only will this put yourself in danger, but it will also put others at risk as well. If you are in a rush to get somewhere, the best thing to do is to avoid driving altogether and take public transport. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

An Alternative

If you are in a rush and you want to avoid driving in the fog all together, you could consider getting a taxi. Admiral Airport Taxis offer their Airport Taxis in Milton Keynes as well as their Airport Transfers in Milton Keynes at cost effective prices. Taxis are a great alternative as it means, number one, you won’t be driving, so you don’t have to worry about all the risks and procedures you have to do, number two, you are in safe hands because if someone is working for a taxi company, especially one like Admiral Airport Taxis, it means they are fully qualified, so things like fog should not be a problem!

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