Your exterior lights, headlights, taillights, brake lights, turn signals, backup lights and marker lights are essential parts of your vehicle’s safety equipment. They are the main ways that you see the road, and are seen by other drivers.
Headlamps (or bulbs) go dim over time, and just need to be replaced. Most cars come with standard bulbs, but you can also upgrade to something better, like halogen bulbs â€“ they cost more but they are also much brighter. Whatever the bulb you use, we recommend you have them replaced once a year so they donâ€™t dim to the point that they become a safety issue. As for the lenses, most of them are made of plastic that can become cloudy or yellow, blocking a lot of light. They cost a lot to replace, but by having them restored regularly with special cleaners and polishes and installing new bulbs when needed, your vehicle will light up the road like a new car and keep you safe.