Rear lights allow drivers to see your car clearly at night and in inclement weather. Make savings on high-quality rear lights of all shapes and sizes at Car Parts 4 Less.
Rear lights are wired to the same switch as your headlights and receive power from the car battery. There are three main types of rear light: halogen, LED, and xenon. Halogen rear lights come as standard on most cars. LED lights use less energy and tend to last much longer, while xenon lights produce the strongest and brightest light. Each assembly usually features stop lights, fog lights, and indicators. By making the back edges of your vehicle more visible, rear lights allow other drivers to gauge its size and shape clearly. This in turn helps to prevent collisions in conditions of low visibility. UK law says that all cars must have rear lights. They must be fit for purpose and fully functional. Without working lights in place, your car will fail its MOT. For help and advice, please get in touch with the team at Car Parts 4 Less.