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Beautiful projector halo headlights by Anzo can give you that European luxury flair short of buying a BMW. Featuring state-of-the-art design and technology, Anzo’s projector halos are a great, cost-effective upgrade from your old crystal headlights or yellowed projectors. Based in Southern California, AnzoUSA is a progressive leader in LED and performance lighting technology and manufactures aftermarket products that are not only affordable but held to the highest of international quality standards.
SPYDER – PROJECTOR HEADLIGHTS
Projector headlights by Spyder will not only give you that cool halo effect of modern luxury car headlights but will keep you safer on the road at night with dramatically improved lighting performance. Spyder is a quality distributor of OEM-compliant aftermarket performance lighting products, dress-up and tuning products for today’s automotive enthusiast.
IPCW – PROJECTOR HALO HEADLIGHTS
If your headlights are looking grim or are broken or burned out, change them out with IPCW’s sharp projector halo headlights and be on your way in about 10 minutes. IPCW, long known and respected for quality and innovation in the lighting arena, also manufactures related aftermarket accessories for SUVs, trucks and cars for decades.
DORMAN – OE REPLACEMENT HEADLIGHTS
Affordable, directly compatible and built to last, Dorman’s OE replacement headlights stand out as the smart option. Since 1918, Dorman Products has supplied the automotive aftermarket with high-quality replacement parts, hardware and fasteners.
No one will ever doubt the importance of headlights, especially drivers who had to drive in the darkness because the headlights of their Chevy Impalas had died. Headlights usually have a sturdy construction but can wear down over time and affect the light they give off. There is a whole range of headlights available that offer different types of light beams, like pencil beams and wide flood beams, at different light intensities. Replacement OEM headlights are good affordable options but there are plenty of aftermarket options as well. With so many choices available, be sure to get one that fits your driving style.
Can the headlights be modified to emit lights of a different color? Answer: It is possible to do so but is it also against the law and possibly dangerous. If a car drives with headlights of another color, other drivers in both lanes may become confused and react in ways that could cause an accident. The Federal Motor Vehicle Standard requires that all automobiles in America must only have white head lights. Violations of this standard could possible lead to police infarctions and even having the offending vehicle impounded.
How much are new headlights? What should I get? Answer: Bare headlight assemblies usually cost as little as $20 while fully equipped OEM headlights are worth $100. Aftermarket headlights will cost you $300 and up. The most expensive headlights are made from the best materials and are backed by a warranty. They are also equipped with multiple lights that give you a range of light beams to choose from. Standard OEM headlights are good enough for the Chevy Impala, but aftermarket headlights are definitely worth it if you have the money to buy them.
What type of light beams should my headlights give out? Answer: Pencil beams are long, thin beams of light that illuminate as much as 3,500 feet ahead. They're best for those long evening drives in a rural area. Roads will usually for straight for miles on end, making the longs beams of light appropriate. For areas with lots of twist and turns, it is important to have a good view of both sides of the vehicles to prevent a driver from mistakenly driving into an obstacle when making a turn.
Why do headlights turn yellow or become cloudy? Answer: These usually happen because of a chemical that is applied to the headlight to help them withstand damage from UV rays. As time passes by, these chemicals slowly break down and take on a yellow color. When these chemically treated headlights are polished, the protective coatings may come off. The UV rays then hit these exposed areas of the headlights which eventually turn cloudy.