Over the last couple of years I have come across many topics on riding in sub-standard conditions, mainly wet riding & wind etc.. But unless I'm blind, stupid, or both, I have not seen a thread dedicated to riding in the fog. With the recent foggy weather in Melb, I thought it would be a good idea to throw our ideas, tips & suggestions for riding in foggy conditions. I'm interested to know if there are more things I/We could do to be safer riding in the stuff, and is there something I'm doing that I shouldn't be? Obviously NEVER use your high-beam, you'll only get a blanket of light thrown back into your face. I try to ride behind a few car lengths behind a cage in bad fog. I figure any traffic up ahead has a better chance of seeing him than they would seeing me if I was up the front. <<< What are your thoughts? right or wrong? I also try stick to the speed limit, going too slow may find some trucker on top of you, we are smaller, harder to see and trucks don't stop as quickly as we'd like.