LED Car Tail Lights - For Looks Only?

LED Car Tail Lights - For Looks Only?

The front of your car needs to have a stylish look no doubt, but did you know that more time is spent looking at the back of the car than the front? With this in mind, you’ll agree that the rear of the car also needs to play the part and look good.

Let’s consider this for a moment. When you are leaving for work every morning, your neighbors will likely only see the rear of the car as you drive past. When you are on the highway, drivers that are heading in the opposite direction will indeed notice your front, but for a moment, while drivers behind you will be looking at the back for much longer. And this is precisely why the back needs that stylish look.  BOOM! In comes LED Car Tail Lights and the great this is, you have plenty of options in terms of designs to choose from.

Great looks are not the only thing however that you will benefit from. LED car tail lights turn on quicker than the normal incandescent bulbs. 0.2 seconds faster to be accurate. Yes, I know what you are thinking! That’s minimal, right? Well, it might not sound like much but a tenth of a second is enough for the driver behind you traveling at 60 miles an hour to cover 21 feet of the ground. That is enough to prevent an accident and keep you safe.

Your pockets are also getting it easy. LED car tail lights consume less power. This means that there is less drain on the battery which makes it last longer. Their basic design makes them resistant to vibrations. They will last a good long while and you will not have to replace them often.

Honda Civic Hatchback - LED Car Tail Light

Remember what we said about the designs? You have simply spoilt for choice thanks to the fact that the LEDs can be produced in any shape and size. You will obviously want to go for LEDs that blend seamlessly with the model of your car.

When making a purchase, LED Car Tail Lights will come in pairs for the left and right side. You will also likely come across the terms ‘clear’, ‘smoke’, ‘red’ and ‘amber’ for the cover case. They refer to the different types of tint on the cover of the LED tail lights. The background or benzel piece may also be black or chrome.

There’s a new design on the market that any car owner with a sense of style will be keen to take advantage of—fiber optic LED tail lights. When you take a closer look at these lights, you will notice a tube that gives off a neon look. However, it comprises thin fiber optic glass strands that reflect light once an LED light source is attached to the end. And that is why they are referred to as fiber optic LED Car Tail Lights.

Again, there are plenty of options available to give your car an exquisite rear look. So, go ahead and play with your imagination and transform your car into a unique work of art!

TAGS: car light bulbs, car lighting shops near me, car lights, Car Tail Lights

  • Posted by Car Lighting District
  • Jul 07


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