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Halogen tail lights generate light and heat by mixing halogen gas with the tungsten filament inside the bulb. Aside from shining brighter than regular incandescent lights, halogen types are the low-cost and easily replaceable option for your lighting needs.
Efficiency is the name of the game for light-emitting diode (LED) tail lights. Compared to incandescent blubs, they operate around 90% better, react faster, use less energy, and generate less heat, thus assuring you of a longer service life
Incandescent bulbs may not respond as quick as LED types, but these classics are safe to handle, easy on the pocket, and non-flickering.
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Road visibility is crucial, especially when driving at night. That’s where tail lights come in! Let these easy DIY guides from our in-house experts show you how to fix your tail lights, so you can prevent rear-end collisions and remain safe on the road.
How to Replace Your Tail Light Assembly
There are several reasons why you may want to replace your entire tail light assembly (not just the bulb). Maybe you got into a fender bender and the lens is broken. Or maybe your tail lights are dingy-looking after years of service and you're looking to carry out some maintenance work to increase your car's resale value.
How to Blackout Tail Lights
Getting blacked out tail lights is a favorite customization trick among car enthusiasts. It gives the back of the car an upgraded look that can either be elegant, wicked, or just plain sleek. While pulling off the job requires precision and sharp attention to detail, it is definitely DIY-able. All you need to do is follow this simple guide: