Aftermarket Car Lights
Aftermarket Car Lights – Can Save You Money

Aftermarket Car Lights – Can Save You Money

Car owners are often surprised at the cost of repairs to their cars for standard items that are not covered by their warranty. Lights on autos burn out, either from age or prematurely and they generally are not covered by your car warrenty. Head lights bulbs on some of the more expensive cars such as BMW, Audi and others can cost many hundreds of dollars when you replace them with original bulbs. Some car drivers will turn to aftermarket car lights to replace burned out lights or defective head lights. Aftermarket products for autos can be much less expensive and provide good value for the auto repair market.

A standard HID or High Intensity Discharge light bulb on many cars will cost you many hundreds of dollars for a replacement bulb. Compare their price to standard halogen lighting for autos, the aftermarket car light product begins to look very attractive since these generally cost under $100 dollars and you can install them yourself! In some cases you can obtain an additional bargain if you purchase pairs of lights. Car drivers may not be satisfied with the lighting difference in light output of the halogen lights compared to the HID bulbs, however it becomes a fair trade off for many car drivers.

The aftermarket light bulb car business is booming and car lights are just a small portion of what people are looking for. Drivers can also purchase bulbs for other areas of their auto at reduced prices, however head lights are where the serious savings can be found for customers looking for aftermarket light bulb savings.

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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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