Volkswagen Fox LED Lights

As more advances in technology become available, they are added to existing products slowly. Cars are just one example of how advances in technology can improve style or safety but yet not be included as part of the standard package for new vehicles. One example of this merging of new technology with old products is LED lighting. LED headlights illuminate a wider area at night than standard headlights and they can be easily added to existing headlight fittings without alteration. A wider view at night increases the odds that you will see an obstruction before having to slam on your brakes. Your Volkswagen Fox travels close to 100 feet each second at average highway speeds. Each second you can shave off your reaction time makes your drive safer. At CARiD, there are many Volkswagen Fox LED lights for your specific lighting needs.

There are headlights, brake lights, fog lights, interior lights, scanner boxes, and ground effects as well. LED brake lights give drivers behind your Fox a brighter, faster signal that your vehicle is stopping. For nights on those rural roads, an LED fog light can help add another measure of safety to your vehicle to let drivers around you see you in the densest fog. The ground effects come in three styles including the simple glow effect, the breathing effect and the strobe effect. The glow effect illuminates the underside of the vehicle. The breathing effect dims and brightens the LED lights regularly, which gives your Fox the appearance of being a living being. The strobe effect pulses light to the beat of whatever song is playing on your radio. If you need help choosing which kit is right for you, just click on the “Live Help” or the “Need Assistant” button from any page on and chat with a live sales agent now!

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