You could fit these and as Jay says and wait for the police to pull you over regarding.
1..having fog lights on uneccesarily.
2..dazzling oncoming traffic with the wrong bulb in a fog light reflector.
3..wrong reflector, wrong bulb and reflector masquerading as a driving light
4. Replacing an adequate lighting system that you use once a year with an expensive piece of tat.
5. A combination of all of the above.
Would it take a fixed penalty notice to change your mind? in my experience, they do
As you're obviously hard of understanding, let me try and use simple words, just for you.
1. My fog lights aren't on. I will be running Driving lights
2. I'd only be dazzling oncoming traffic if the bulb I had in my foglight reflector was somehow a) significantly brighter than a normal H1 55W bulb and b) had somehow been reflected to an all new direction so as to point directly into the faces of oncoming drivers.
3) "..wrong reflector, wrong bulb and reflector masquerading as a driving light" - Enlighten me , oh master of all that is EEC legislation : a Mini using halogen parking lights, a Volvo using a 4-LED DRl where a Foglight would normally be found, a BMW using yellow or white Halo rings, an Audi using built in LEDS, a Mondeo using retina-searing LED strips...surely they aren't all 'masquerading' as driving lights?
4) 'Expensive piece of tat' - My, my - something has you riled, doesn't it?
I've based my replies on experience.
You seem to have based yours on nothing more than personal opinion and bull****.
But hey, it's your opinion