Headlights Buying Guide
There are many. The main ones, however, are low-beam, high-beam, and hazard-light/flasher. Low beams light the way during everyday driving. High beams shine wider when it's very dark and there's no oncoming traffic, helping you see what's nearby much better. Hazard lights or flashers inform other drivers that you're in distress or that there's a problem or dangerous situation nearby.
Some higher trims, though, can also have fog lights. These are low-glare to brighten your driving environment a lot better in bad weather.
What Types There are
Halogen bulbs are the commonest in smaller cars. Xenon bulbs, also called high-intensity discharge or HID bulbs, fit in narrower headlamp housings, so you'll find them in many sports cars. LED bulbs, you can find in many newer vehicles; they're extremely energy-efficient, and they give off very little heat.
When to Change Them
Replace Xenon lamps as they weaken, about every three years. Change LED lamps if they burn out or their electronics stop working. Change halogen lamps roughly every two years, at least. The best replacements for the job are genuine.
Why Buy Genuine Honda Headlights
The brand designs them to fit your model specifically. Aftermarket headlights, however, may not.
Where to Order Replacement OEM Headlights for Your Honda Online
Right here at our auto parts store. You can get plenty of other lighting, too. Just be sure that you get the proper light assembly kit for installation as well. Buy now, and we'll ship fast; your order will be delivered to your door in no time.
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