Every Mazda 3 should install a set of OEM fit LED daytime running lights because the design of the vehicle’s lower bumper is just so suitable for additional daytime running lights or turn signal lights. Can’t decide if you would prefer daytime running lights or turn signal lights? You can have both in the same assembly! This is a set of switchback Mazda 3 OEM style LED DRL with both daytime running light and turn signal light capability so you can flawlessly switch back from daytime running lights and turn signal lights at the flick of a switch.
Jeep is such an American classic, with its versatility demonstrated from war machine all the way to Hollywood movie star. The originator of Jeep is the famous World War II classic Willys, which is a symbol of the American steadfastness. The Jeep Willys played an important role in the war, so much that post-war consumers clamored for a civilian on-road use vehicle. As an off-road brand, Jeep came out with smaller commercial fans with a compact and lightweight body for suitable transportation and work use.
Have you ever had that conundrum where you want to try out all of these bulbs with all the lighting functions but don’t have enough space to swap them out? Every car only has a set of turn signals and daytime running light slots for installation, but what if you wanted more than one function? This is where the Switchback LED Turn Signal Lights come in, with a nice dual function for maximum usage.
One of the easiest ways to upgrade a trusty sedan is to get some new LED daytime running lights. However, there are so many choices to choose from so which type of LED daytime running light upgrade is the best choice? If your car has an option to add a pair of switchback LED daytime running lights/turn signal lights like this Toyota Prius, then that would be the best case scenario. Toyota Prius Switchback LED DRL/Turn Signal lights do a great job of transforming the LED DRL function to give it an additional turn signal light function that switches flawlessly from daytime running light mode to turn signal light mode at the flick of a switch.
The Ford Mustang has a rich American history that cemented its legacy in the car industry. One thing that the new Ford Mustang does not have is a working rear reflector. Instead, it has a bulb-less reflector that doesn’t have that great of a function. Thankfully, the Ford Mustang is quite an easy car to modify and there are plenty of aftermarket options available, like this Ford Mustang switchback LED Bulb that has tail light and reverse light feature.