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In Florida, it is illegal to drive with your hazard lights. Hazards lights are for stopped vehicles only.
The one situation where Florida drivers are allowed to use their hazards when in motion is when the vehicle is being used in a funeral procession .
Flashers are for emergency situations. "First responders look for flashers to see if someone needs help,".
Hazard lights can actually reduce visibility making other drivers think you are stopped or stalled.
Other drivers writing on social media say flashers make it difficult to see when a motorist is tapping the brakes or using a turn signal.
If visibility is so bad that you cannot see, pull over in a parking lot, lighted rest area or somewhere safe until conditions improve.