We get a lot of attention when an item like the JDM style LED daytime running light fog bezel for the Subaru WRX/STi is a best seller. Ever since we released it last summer, it has sold well (over 500 units!). Many customers were talking about it and more importantly, sporting it in their Subaru WRXs. For the most part everyone who purchased these LED fog light bezels were happy with them, but felt it could use more polish. After several months of listening to you guys and re-engineering our DRL bezel, we’re happy to release our new, updated Subaru WRX/STi JDM style S4 LED daytime running light fog bezel! Read on to see what we changed or check out our YouTube video below:
I’ve recently updated our FAQs page for the clear or smoked lends amber LED turn signal lamps with white LED position lights for the 1990 and up Mercedes W463 G-Class. As I was typing the installation, I was browsing the shop at the same time and found we have a good collection of LED lights to offer for the Mercedes G-Class. All of these LED lights combined makes your Mercedes G-Class look decked out and highly visible no matter where you are or when you’re driving. For full details of each LED light, click on the hyperlinks of the product to go to its product page, or see them all at once in our search result page. Here are 5 LED lights that you can equip to your Mercedes G-Class.
When I first heard about the new Honda Civic Type-R, the first thing about it that caught my eye was the look of it. The brushed aluminum black paint job along with the red accents immediately caught my attention; those are my two favorite colors to pair. Along with the sleek looking body, the engine roof exhaust vent and rear spoilers in particular, the Civic Type-R looked to be a very attractive car for me. I also have a bit of a soft spot for Hondas, having driven a 2004 Honda Accord EX as my very first car. When I read the news that the Civic Type-R was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, I had to know the specs and more importantly, how much was it going to cost.
One car light that many people don’t give much thought to is the rear license plate light; outside of looking at our rear view mirror and side mirrors, we don’t pay much attention to what’s behind us nor can we see it. Since the 1970s, every manufactured vehicle in the United States come equipped with rear license plate lights. Because this is standard equipment on our vehicle, we put it by the wayside in favor of other “sexy” car lights. But that doesn’t mean license plate lights can’t have flair either.
Last year, one of our customers attended Autocon 2016 at the Los Angeles Convention Center to showcase his BMW M3 and demo our xenon white high power LED license plate light.
Imagine driving through a rural area with very little street lights on the road. You can barely see what’s in front of you and what’s up ahead. At this point, your headlights are useless and your high beams do nothing for you (probably shines traffic signs at best). You’re never sure if you’re about to hit something or not and you only have the reflectors on the road to go by, if any. If you find yourself in these kinds of situations, perhaps using a high power CREE LED light bar with license plate mounting bracket holders can cut through the darkness.