The lights are an important part of your vehicle. When it is snowing, cloudy, or there is precipitation in the air, make sure that you have the lights of your vehicle on. This not only is beneficial for you, but it also helps the other drivers around you. If the lights are not on, there is an increased chance that you might have an accident. Either you will not see something, or someone may not see you. With lights on, those driving behind you, or oncoming traffic will be able to see you in plenty of time. If it is getting dark, then the lights will help illuminate the road and ditch for you as well.
If you have not checked your lights recently, make sure to take the time to do so. It can be quick an easy by just turning the lights on the vehicle as you start it. Walk around the vehicle to ensure the headlights and taillights are working and illuminated. If they are not, you will want to schedule an appointment as soon as possible so we can inspect the lights for you. This will help improve the safety on the road as well. After checking the lights, then turn on the blinkers and hazard lights to ensure they work as well. If a blinker is not working, it can mean a fuse has failed. By bringing the vehicle in, we can get it back to being safe on the road.
Remember that if you are using the windshield wipers as you drive, that you should turn on the lights as well. Any form of precipitation or fog can result in low visibility. So make sure to turn the lights on so those around you will be able to see you.