MN Law Says to Turn Your Headlights on During Bad Weather

It’s the law in Minnesota you have to have your headlights on during bad weather.


According to the state statute, headlights must be on when it is raining, snowing, sleeting or hailing.  It even goes further to include smoke and fog.


Authorities say, a good rule is to use your headlights when you use your wipers.


Law Enforcement Officials said it’s all about safety and visibility, so you are able to be seen during conditions that are already difficult.