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WPTV - We had some nasty thunderstorm action the other day and while driving, lots of people turned on their hazard lights. Sometimes, when the rain gets particularly heavy, drivers will turn on their blinkers to make themselves more visible. Apparently, this is the wrong thing to do!
In Florida, it is illegal to drive with your hazard lights. Hazards lights are for stopped vehicles only, officials say. The one situation where Florida drivers are allowed to use their hazards when in motion is when the vehicle is being used in a funeral procession. Law enforcement officials say hazard lights can actually reduce visibility making other drivers think you are stopped or stalled.
Who knew?! Do you turn on your hazards when driving in heavy rain?