- (2pcs/set) 4'' 18W Replacement CREE Round LED Fog LightSpecial Price $51.58 was $75.99
- 3 inch 18W CREE Square Spot Beam Off Road LED Fog LightSpecial Price $27.99 was $39.99
- (2pcs/set) Bicolor Series 3 Inch 16W LED Pod Light (Amber & White)Special Price $33.93 was $51.47
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LED Fog Lights
Fog lights generally refer to car fog lights. Fog light is the light signal used in rainy and foggy weather. Its main feature is the strong penetrability in the fog. In the low visibility weather, it is easy for vehicles or pedestrians to notice early, thus effectively preventing accidents.
Fog Light Specialty
The function of the fog light is to let other vehicles see the car when the visibility in foggy or rainy days is greatly affected by the weather. Therefore, the light source of the fog lights needs to have strong penetrability. General vehicles use halogen fog lights, and LED fog lights are more advanced than halogen fog lights.
CREE VS PHILIPS
CREE is a popular US LED fog light which provide high quality LED chips. Most Auxbeam LED fog light use CREE LEDs in medium price as the light source, which will not add no the customers’ cost.
PHILIPS LEDs belongs to Philips Lumileds which is the world's leading high-power LED lighting solutions provider. PHILIPS provides different high power lighting solutions for roads, industrial office, entertainment and more. Auxbeam also applies PHILIPS LEDs to make our high power LED fog light.
Fog lights, driving lights or long range lights...what's the best for me?
A smart way to solve a problem is to buy a product that fits your driving style. For example, if you are primarily driving on a highway, Long-distance road drivers may need and use all three lights. On the highway, obviously long distance or driving lights will be the answer. When the fog is difficult to see the road? Of course, fog lights are chosen, which are designed to illuminate wide roads with relatively short distances.
Most fog light yellow, but they can also be white. Fog lights can be used when visibility is poor and blocked by fog, rain or snow. They are designed to illuminate the road surface as well as the curbs, shoulders and edges of the road. Fog lights have a limited range and are most effective at low speeds. In the case of poor visibility, the fog lights can complete the work of low beam. Due to their design, fog lights reduce the glare of fog or snow, making them a better choice under these conditions.
Fog Light Use Q and A
Do fog lights really work?
Yes, but they only work for the intended purpose - helping your car be seen in low visibility conditions.
Do all cars have fog lights?
Rear fog lights are a legal requirement on all cars. Front fog lights are only fitted to certain models, usually as an aesthetic add-on for higher spec cars. All new cars have DRL, daytime running lights that are also intended to do help the car be seen on the road.
What is the purpose of fog lights on a car?
A car’s fog lights are intended to help it be seen in conditions when visibility is less than 100m. Fog lights don’t help you see further up the road in fog.
Which lights do you use in fog?
In fog or other low visibility conditions, you should turn on your main headlights. Fog lights should be activated in addition to your dipped headlights when visibility falls to less than 100m.
Why should you turn your fog lights off when visibility improves?
Rear fog lights can obscure your brake lights and may prevent drivers behind from realizing that braking. Both front and rear fog lights create unnecessary glare in good visibility which can dazzle and annoy other road use