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convert fog lights for RHD driving

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Does anybody know what the best way is to convert the rear fog light of a LHD drive car to RHD driving. I have a 2007 LHD 997 C2S that I will use for some time in the UK, but that will go back to the continent at some point in time. IN order to be legal I have to convert the fog light that is currently on the let cluster t the right light cluster.

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I didn't know fog lights were directional -- I know that low-beam headlamps have glare shields or have lens fluting to avoid dazzling oncoming drivers on a two-way road, while the clear triangular sector lets light shine higher on the nearside kerb to illuminate traffic signs. That could be done with lens conversion tape kits that block off that triangular portion. Not aware of foglamps needing that.

Wait -- were you talking about the front ones, or the rear foglamps (or fog taillamps?)

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Thanks Loren that helps.

I am talking about the rear fog lights.

stickshiftnz: My question was about the fog lights at the rear of the car. In UK there should be only one and it should be on the right, while on the continent for a LHD drive car the rear fog light is on the left


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