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Car Light Bulbs – Illumination Efficiency

Car Light Bulbs – Illumination Efficiency

We depend on lights in so many ways that we tend to forget just how important they are. Take car light bulbs for example that are in use virtually every day of the year. Our auto light bulbs in our cars are used to provide illumination so that we can see were we are going, they are used to signal our plans to change lanes or slow down and stop, they provide other cars with a warning that we intend to change lanes and the provide lights for the interior of our autos so that we can see the car instrument panelsand see the interior of the car.

If any car light bulb is not working or not working efficiently, there can be many problems that can occur. For example if your tail lights don't work, other car drivers will not know when you intend to change lanes or slow down and stop. Many rear lights in cars are not working properly and these defects are the result of many accidents every year. Headlights are another big concern of many car drivers.

Every consumer driving an auto on the road should regularly inspect all of their lights including their head lights. Of course you will want to make sure they are working properly and once a week or every time you fill up with gas, have someone check your auto lights to ensure they are all working properly. Headlights tend to get dirty especially in the northern parts of Canada and the US. Build up of ice and salt and sand mixtures can sometimes block the output by as much as 50%. Regular cleaning will avoid poor auto lighting and ensure your lights are working at maximum efficiency.

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Author Notes:

Roger Cartwright contributes and publishes news editorial to  Roger recently retired as president of a national lighting distributor. As a self appointed specialist he has been involved in the lighting industry for more than a decade.

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