What`s the Difference between Dipped Beam and High Beam?

2019-10-08 12:49:43 by Daniel Charlesworth

Most drivers know there’s a difference between dipped beam and high beam headlights. Yet not everyone understands just what that difference is. Often, drivers misuse their high beam headlights. Not only is this annoying for other drivers, it can be unsafe. Understanding the difference between dipped beam and high beam headlights can make you more knowledgeable about your vehicle’s inner workings and make you a better driver.

How Long Do Headlight Bulbs Last?

2012-01-26 13:26:49 by Dan Conboy

Customers sometimes ask us 'How long do headlight bulbs last?' In reality, unfortunately there is no universal answer.

Auto Express Best Buy Awards: the pros and cons

2011-12-23 14:39:12 by Dan Conboy

Change your car bulbs before they fail....

2011-12-20 15:39:22 by Andrew Duncan

5 things to do before you drive in the snow

2011-12-05 16:01:30 by Dan Conboy

Do Upgrade Car Bulbs Generate More Heat?

2018-06-12 12:37:10 by Andrew Duncan

If you're wanting to get the most out of your car lights, you'll be looking into upgrading your bulbs. Upgrade bulbs typically do one of two things: give you extra light on the road, or give you a whiter light.

First-time buyers of upgrade headlight bulbs often ask if these bulbs will generate more heat. The perception is that more light equals more heat. However, nowadays, this isn't usually the case. Lighting manufacturers have found more effective ways to increase the power of bulbs without generating any extra heat.

Keep on reading to find out more about upgrades, including the different types of bulbs available.

Headlight globes for your car

2011-11-14 11:32:05 by Dan Conboy

Auto Express Best Buy Awards 2011

2011-11-02 10:52:02 by Dan Conboy

Driving at night in winter

2011-11-01 08:09:31 by Dan Conboy

Are HID Conversion Kits Legal When Fitted On Cars?

2010-03-30 00:00:00 by Power Bulbs

Your Questions Answered: Are Xenon HID kits legal?

There is a lot of confusion surrounding HID conversion kits. Many of our customers love the stylish look and brighter beam that xenon headlight bulbs can produce and want to achieve this using their halogen system. In a nutshell, HID kits are not road legal, because they're classed as an aftermarket modification.

Keep on reading to find out everything you need to know, or skip to the bottom of this post for our brilliantly bright alternatives to a xenon HID conversion kit…

How Do I Change My Headlight Bulbs?

2008-05-19 00:00:00 by Power Bulbs