You may be very concerned about safety and will quite rightly want to ensure that the vehicles you drive can see and be seen at night. You may have just invested in a boat for some splendid weekend getaways and now need to think about your towing trailer safety, as well. How can you ensure that this particular unit is well lit and should you consider fitting LED lights from the outset?
Benefits of LED
The latest LED lights have an array of smaller bulbs, rather than one single unit as would be traditional. Each bulb in turn emits an array of lights and makes the vehicle very easy to see by drivers following behind in the dark. These lights are not only brighter, but they require much less energy in order to work properly. Conventional vehicle lighting can certainly do a number on your car battery and if you choose this alternative option, you may expect less wear and tear and therefore more durability for your car's power plant.
What are some other benefits of LED lights for your new trailer?
Tougher and More Durable: It's little wonder that people are choosing LED trailer lights, because they last for up to a decade at a time and much longer than incandescent bulbs. A lot less heat is built up and they don't have a filament that is vulnerable to failure. They're not likely to fail when you go over a particularly big Australian pothole, and are resistant to shock and vibration.
Less Heat Generated: Because LED bulbs do not produce as much heat as incandescent varieties, they can be fitted in close proximity to any other components. In particular, you won't risk melting any plastic covers or plates, because the bulbs will remain cool to the touch.
Some Upfront Considerations: While you may certainly expect these bulbs to be more efficient, safer and to last longer, you may have to invest a little bit more upfront when fitting them. They are certainly more costly than their older counterparts, but you can view this as an investment in less maintenance down the road.
It's also important to have these lights professionally fitted because the circuits can be more complex than traditional solutions. If you don't, you may end up running into trouble down the road and have to call on experts to figure it all out anyway.
Join the LED revolution and start off your new boating life the right way. Learn more about your options by contacting a trailer lighting company.Share