Rear lights

Rear lights, also known as tail lamps, are just as important to a car as the headlights. Not only because they ensure safety on the road, but they also act as a warning sign to other drivers, indicating what you might be doing on the road. Rear lights also use more powerful bulbs to ensure that drivers behind you can see you at all times of the day and in all weather conditions (e.g. when visibility is poor due to fog, the rear fog lamp is activated). 

Almost all rear lights for cars are coated with clear plastic and modern cars use LED technology. LED tail lights are much more modern, consume less energy and produce a brighter light. LED tail lights are also much longer lasting compared to conventional bulbs. 

Rear lights are often located in a single housing with stop, reversing, rear fog and rear cornering lights in one. 

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When do you need to replace the rear lights? 

A rear lamp has no expiry date and does not normally wear out. Replacement of rear lights is most often due to damage caused by an accident, or in other cases (hit by a stone, hail, etc.) where the rear light does not perform its function and poses a risk to safety and other road users. Replacement of rear lamps is necessary in the event of damage to the glass, the bodywork or the brackets, in the event of water ingress, due to leakage or corrosion. Damage can usually be seen during a visual inspection.

How to choose a tail lamp for your car model?

Choosing a tail lamp in online shop is easy and convenient. If you know the exact model of your car, you can do this by using the search forms to select the manufacturer, model and modification. And if you need any help or want to enquire about certain products, our consultants are always ready to help you.