Upgrade to LED lighting, it’s not rocket science if you have the right DIY kit. They are available in the market and you can order online. The basic tools necessary include a flat head screwdriver or pick tools, that’s all. Installation takes just about 30 mins. There myths surrounding LED lighting for a car that you need to ignore.
They now make replacement kits and bulbs for older models as well and there’s no need to change the entire lighting system. There’s absolutely no change in wiring involved. You can upgrade your headlights, tail lights, backlights, fog lights and navigation lights to LEDs. While selecting fog lights, opt for yellow.
It’s scientifically proven that yellow light enhances your visibility better than any other color. You can give your interiors a super makeover. Light up your dome, map, glove box, step or trunk. If mood lighting appeals to you, give it a shot. You could even check out what all you could do if interested in vanity lighting. You can even modify your registration plate lighting if you so please.
The ease in replacing your bulbs in these areas depends upon the make and model of your car. Most feature a clear, plastic lens cover held in place by plastic clips, an ’O’ ring and/or a set of screws. Use the appropriate tools and gently pry off the lens covers. Looking for further customization? Consider LED strip kits. With these you may bathe in a spectrum of ambient colors in the interior of your car, right from your floorboards to your trunk Personal experiences indicate that LED lighting is auto lighting revolution that is way superior to all other forms of lighting. Someone has shared that they are a great improvement over what he had in his old truck, particularly for the glove box and overhead console. He now intends to upgrade his headlights as well and is doing his own research on the subject. Another enthusiast explains that in the trunk it has made a world of a difference, especially when looking for a missing wheel rim special security socket wrench. The brightness is 5 times that of the original incandescent bulbs