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LED Trailer Lights Exterior Parts for a Safe Ride

If you're looking for replacements for your cargo trailer's lights that are energy efficient, you might want to consider a trailer light kit from this eBay category. You can learn about all of the different types of trailer lights to make a decision that you'll be happy to stick with.

What are the advantages of LED lights?

Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are the most efficient types of illumination devices to be developed to-date, and they are commonly used in taillights and in other lighting on trailers. While conventional types of light bulbs only last for a few thousand hours, LEDs are rated to last 50,000 hours or more. In addition to lasting practically forever, these types of lights use a fraction of the energy that's taken up by traditional illumination technology. Best of all, LEDs are tiny, which means you can pack many of them into a space where only one conventional light bulb would fit.

What types of trailer lights are there?

There are a few different types of lights that you might need for your trailer. These trailer light types include the following:

  • Side marker lights - Also known as clearance lights, side marker lights indicate the position of your trailer to people who are passing on either side. In most cases, these lights are orange.
  • Taillights - The taillights on your trailer are located at each back corner of the vehicle. They are bright red when illuminated, and they are some of the largest lights that you'll find on your trailer.
  • Brake lights - Some types of trailers have additional brake lights in addition to their taillights. These additional brake lights are usually somewhere in the center of a trailer's back side.
  • Smoked lights - Smoked lights are equipped with a thin tint that provides a smoky look.
  • Specialty lights - Some of the lights in this category serve purely aesthetic purposes. For instance, it's possible to install blue LEDs that light up the underbelly of your trailer, and you can also add extra clearance and brake lights that aren't required by law.
How do you pick the right lights?

It's important to determine which types of lights will fit on your trailer. Some trailers permit circular lights, but other fixtures are oval. Then, you should pick a light style that you think will look good on your trailer.

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