Volkswagen Corrado LED Lights

About Volkswagen Corrado LED Lights

Your Volkswagen Corrado can travel the length of a football field in just under five seconds at average highway speeds. That is three hundred and sixty feet. If for example, you were to spot an obstacle in the distance 360 feet from your vehicle, you would have two seconds to react and apply immediate pressure to the brakes in order to stop in time. The remaining time, depending on road conditions would determine whether you impacted that obstacle or avoided hitting it. Unfortunately, if this scenario took place at night, the standard headlights that come with most vehicles, including the Volkswagen Corrado won’t illuminate the area 360 feet in front of the vehicle. This can shave a full second of reaction time you need to step on the brakes. In this case, one second equals ninety feet. How can you avoid an unfortunate accident like this one? One answer may be using the Volkswagen Corrado LED lights available at CARiD.

The LED or Light Emitting Diode has been around for several years in simple devices but new advances in the LED technology will give you a brighter and larger range of view than the standard headlights that come with your Corrado. These same LEDs that give you a greater view in front can also serve you equally well in the rear. The LED brake lights flash brighter and faster than standard brake lights, and give drivers behind you a greater warning about your intentions to stop. But it isn’t about safety only. It’s about style too! carries a full line of LED ground effects, interior, and fog lighting for your Volkswagen Corrado lighting needs! Some of the ground effects include the ‘breathing’ effect; some are ‘strobe’ effects. The breathing effect gives your Corrado an animalistic glow with regular dimming and brightening bulbs. The strobe effect pulses out a light show to the beat of whatever song in on your radio.

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