Driving with your hazards on
Do you ever notice people driving around with their hazards on? It may be raining or snowing, but are we supposed to use our hazards when driving in inclement weather? In most states it is illegal to drive with these lights on. They are only to be used when your vehicle is stationary along the side of the road. Gerber Collision and Glass urge drivers to check with your states’ law on this situation. The law varies from state to state on this issue, but for the most part, driving with the hazards on is illegal.
Hazard lights disable the turn signal lights, making driving in bad weather even more dangerous. They also make it harder to tell if the motorist ahead is tapping on the break. They may also make you think a vehicle is pulled off to the side of the road, when in actuality they are right in front of you. It is advised to pull into a gas station, or off the road a safe distance, if the weather is too extreme to drive in.