The original factory headlights at the front of your vehicle seem pretty simple and utilitarian. You use low beams when you need regular illumination or when you're sharing the road with other drivers. Alone at night on a dark, winding road? High beams to the rescue. A quick flick of yours from low to high and back again can alert other drivers to a problem ahead. There are three primary types of headlight bulbs out there. The standard halogen bulb is most common. Some sports cars are equipped with high-intensity discharge (HID) bulbs, or Xenon, which fit well into their smaller headlamp housings. Many newer cars and SUVS come with LED headlights, which are extremely energy-efficient. Since LED headlamps run cooler than other headlights, they last longer.
Choose the Best Headlights for Your Vehicle
Knowing when to change your headlights relies upon the type of light your vehicle came with. A halogen bulb will need to be changed every two years. Xenon bulbs give you about three years of use before they weaken. LED bulbs need to be replaced when they burn out. The most important thing to remember about changing your light bulb? Using the genuine manufacturer headlights that are designed to be completely compatible with your model. You'll find yours right here at our online auto parts center. Order today for rapid delivery, and don't forget to include the light assembly kit!
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