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Advantages of LED Truck Lights

Why LED Lights Are Our Top Choice for Winter in Northeast Ohio

A Black Truck with its Headlights on

It will not be long now until we “fall back” and rapidly lose daylight here in Northeast Ohio. While you are driving your truck around in the dark and sometimes snowy conditions this winter, you’ll be glad to have the illumination of bright, LED lights keeping you safe on the road.

Are you not quite sold on installing LED lights on your truck instead of other incandescent light options? Let’s take a look at the advantages of going with LED lighting.

1. LED headlights offer better visibility for nighttime driving.

When you are driving the dark country roads in Middlefield, visibility is essential. LED lights produce a clear, white, and highly concentrated beam from your headlights. Compared to the dim, yellow light produced by halogen headlights, LED lights will help you stay alert and see clearly. This keeps you and others on the road safe!

2. LED lights are long lasting and cost effective.

LED lights may cost more upfront, but they last more than 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs! This means that you will spend less time dealing with burnt-out truck lights or having to have new lights installed. Plus, over time, you will see tremendous cost savings by choosing LED truck lights instead of standard halogen lights.

3. LED lights also provide energy savings.

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, residential LED lights use at least 75% less energy than incandescent lighting. Less energy stress puts less strain on your truck’s power supply, which can help preserve your battery, especially on an older vehicle.

When you are ready to have LED lights installed on your truck, reach out to the team at D&S Automotive. We’ll get you on the schedule, install your new LED truck lights, and make sure you are prepared for safe nighttime driving this winter.

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