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Replacement RT11230001 Driving Light Cover - Black, Plastic, Direct Fit
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ReplaceXL RH11230001 Driving Light Cover
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ReplaceXL RH11230003 Driving Light Cover
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ReplaceXL RH11230004 Driving Light Cover
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ReplaceXL RT11230002 Driving Light Cover - Black, Plastic, Direct Fit
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ReplaceXL RT11230003 Driving Light Cover - Textured, Plastic, Direct Fit
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ReplaceXL RT11230004 Driving Light Cover - Textured, Plastic, Direct Fit
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Driving Light Cover Guides

Tips When Buying Driving Light Covers

Install driving light covers on cars to prevent lights being shattered because of road debris like rocks and pebbles. Many designs of covers also change the looks of your car by giving the housing a customized look. Most cars can be fitted with ones specifically made for a certain model. Read this simple guide to help you pick the perfect headlight cover for your car.

Protection

A cover's protective qualities should be your number one priority when picking a set for your car. Plastic and steal are the commonly used materials. The usual finishes are either a black, clear, or chrome coating. Some styles are solid that cover the whole assembly, while some are grilled which have slots in them.

There are also covers that use heavy duty film that is layered on top of the lights itself. This is also a good option, but make sure that the film being sold to you is of high quality suitable to be used as protection.

Looks

Headlight covers can also be lined with color to give your lights a different hue even if you use a regular bulb. You can choose from yellow, orange, blue, green, and red. While these will definitely enhance the looks of your car, note that some states have laws against colored car lights for safety reasons. Depending on where you live, the usual colors to stay away from are red, blue, and green.

Other than color, manufacturers sometimes put various designs on these covers. Commonly used is the iconic smiling face, perfect for round lights. If you want the covers to endorse, some have the car's make name written on it.

Final Words

It all comes down to the owner's taste as to what looks good on the car. Also, these covers are usually sold individually. Remember to buy a complete set for your car so that the lights would not look awkward.

Installation 101: Driving Light Covers

Driving light covers are a great way to add style and protection for your driving lights. This easy to install and easy to maintain accessory helps in keeping out dangerous rocks from breaking expensive car lights. At the same time, they also give your car a new, cool look. Installation and maintenance of these covers are really easy for anyone to do.

Installation

Difficulty level: Easy

Tools needed:

  • Dry rag
  • Driving light cover
  • Metal Polish

Step 1: Clean everything before installing the covers. Give the lights and light cover a good rub to remove any dirt. For steel driving light covers, clean these with metal polish to bring out the shine on them.

Step 2: Most of driving light covers have clips on its sides for easy installment. Just slot them on the edge of the light, making sure that the clips are tightly secured.

The whole process will only take you about 10 minutes.

Tip:

  1. Since these covers are only clipped, there may come a time when they suddenly fall off the lights. To avoid such incidents, secure the covers from the inside using zip-ties.

Cleaning

Overtime, these covers also collect dirt and debris. Rocks stuck on these covers might end up scratching and damaging the lights.

Difficulty level: Easy

Tools needed:

  • Dry rag
  • Soap and water
  • Metal polish

Step 1: Take off the covers from the lights and set them aside.

Step 2: Clean the lights and inspect the case if there are any scratches or broken pieces. Replace the light if necessary.

Step 3: Clean the covers. Make sure that it doesn't fog afterwards so that your lights will be clear and bright. If you have metal covers, polish it.

This will only take around 10 minutes.

Tips:

  1. Regularly clean the covers. It helps that installing and removing them are easy.
  2. Always check the condition of the clips. These might wear out in time because of the removal reinstallation.

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