It would probably require wiring them up to a separate switch.
FTW. Driving lights help to supplement headlights in non-fog conditions. Sounds like the OP wants to use the fog lights as driving lights. Two different purposes. Doesn't mean it isn't a rational idea - but that's why manufacturers did this. It's also IIRC why you can't in most vehicles have the light switch in "Auto" and use fog lights.I had fog lights on 4 separate brands and they all worked the same. The fog lights work only with the low beams. It makes me suspect is due to some federal regulation. Anyway, when you are in actual fog, the glare and reflections from heavy fog makes high beams less effective than low beams.
It's simply running a 1N4004 Diode "jumper" from the high beams to the fog/driving lights. For me, I want to set all forward facing white lights on with the high beams, FULL POWER (eyebrows)!!!! The diodes on my Silverado are inserted on my BCM plugs, like below. Still haven't found a "BCM" for the CR-V.I have done this mod with my '15 Silverado, and have been looking into doing this to my wife's CR-V. Been looking for the vehicle's Build Control Module and a breakdown as to which wires do what. As soon as I find this breakdown, I can help you all do this mod.