I COMMUTE daily doing a round trip of about 80 miles from Rawcliffe and one of the biggest irritations on my commute at the moment is the number of drivers who do not have the foggiest idea of when to turn on and when turn OFF fog lights, especially in the mist.

Recently I had the misfortune of following a car from Birch Park to Bootham which had its fog lights on and then, to add insult to injury, every time the driver pulled up at the lights he sat with his foot on the brake so I finished up with FIVE high intensity lights filling my windscreen.

Do these drivers who switch their fog lights on ever think about what they are doing?

Mick Quinn, Holyrood Drive, Rawcliffe, York.