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Bolstering your truck, Jeep, or SUV’s lighting is one of the most effective and practical modifications you can make. Not only does high-quality lighting bolster your visibility of the road ahead but also others’ visibility of your pickup, minimizing the risk of visibility-related accidents and injury. At RealTruck, we offer several types of lighting, ranging from purely aesthetic to highly functional! Let’s cover a few of our most-popular lighting categories.
Fog lights greatly contribute to your visibility in dimly lit or foggy conditions. These bright lights are typically located in the front bumper, sitting closer to the ground than headlights to cut through the fog and project light directly onto the road. While generally white, fog logs can also cover golden and yellow color temperature ranges, which tend to cut through fog slightly better.
Off-road lights are used for–you guessed it–off-roading! These high-intensity self-contained lights feature integrated heat-dissipating alloy housings, allowing you to mount them in various locations like aftermarket bumpers, A-pillars, and more!
Most off-road lighting uses high-output LED technology to cut through all conditions, whether dusty, snowy, or rainy. Like fog lights, off-road lighting is typically offered with white or amber illumination.
Auxiliary signals or high-intensity turn signal bulbs are a solid option for any application, providing better visibility of your turn signals to give other drivers on the road a clear, bright view of your next move.
Bright license plate lights are practical for both legal and aesthetic reasons. While working license plate lights are required by law, installing crisp, white LED bulbs is an effective way to modernize your ride’s appearance, especially if you’re already running LED headlights, signals, and running lights!
Take your off-roader, weekend warrior, or even daily driver to the next level with premium under-car lighting! Offered as individual pods or LED strips, under-car lighting provides superior visibility of your vehicle’s suspension and the surrounding terrain. The additional light can benefit trail repairs, navigating dark trail sections, or even when parallel parking or reversing on a dimly lit street or driveway!
Not only do we carry the top light styles, but also the top brands! Check out some of the top-reviewed manufacturers on RealTruck.
Morimoto: A leading manufacturer of premium, high-output headlights, fog lights, and tail light housings. The company is renowned for next-level build quality and an industry-leading 5-year warranty!
Alpharex: Though a newcomer to the industry, Alpharex has taken the market by storm with unique designs, innovative LED ice-cube projector technology, and quality to boot!
Baja Designs: An industry leader in off-road lighting. Baja Designs specializes in LED offroad lights in varying dimensions and beam patterns, ranging from SAE road-legal fog lights to race-ready LED light bars!
Recon: From premium LED cab lights to full replacement headlights and taillights, Recon does it all. The company has been a staple in the automotive aftermarket lighting industry for years and continues to push the envelope for quality, innovative lighting.
Though neither option is inherently bad, we’ll have to give the edge to LED lighting. LEDs are brighter, more efficient, and last substantially longer than comparable halogen bulbs; they also offer a wider color temperature range.
Whether for aesthetics or functionality, light bars, and LED cubes are a great way to bolster your ride’s appearance and light output. Just be mindful that some auxiliary lights are legal for off-road use only.
Are colored headlights and taillight covers legal?
While the rule varies from state to state, generally no. Besides yellow/amber or white front-facing and red rear-facing, most colored lights are illegal.