LED Driving Lights
Driving lights, also called auxiliary lights or driving lamps, complement the headlights your truck and Jeep has by default to provide extra visibility. They come in various forms that are each adapted for different driving conditions.
50’s – 60’s. Chrome Teardrop Driving Lamp Assemblies, 12Volt, 7/16" dia. x 2 1/2" Stud mount with rubber, one power and one ground wire, Clear Glass lenses. (Lights are /4" diameter x /2" deep, /2" from center of mount to back, – come with Halogen H-3, 55 Watt bulb) For off-road use only! In Stock! $70 Pr.
Driving lights are designed to supplement your high beam headlights, and their beam pattern and increased power will help you see further ahead. Spot beams, also called Pencil beams, have tighter, more focused beams that are great for visibility far into the distance.
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Motorcycle Driving Lights & Running Lights
This diagram shows how a traditional traffic light works. Picture 1: A red light means stop. Picture 2: A green light means go. Picture 3: A yellow light means slow down and be ready to stop. Traffic lights or traffic signals are lights used to control the movement of traffic.
They are placed at road intersections and crossings. Traffic lights change their colors in the same order every time. Green light on: This means the driver can start driving or keep driving. Yellow light on: This tells drivers to stop when it is safe to, because the light is about to turn red. Lester Wire was credited with the invention of the electric traffic light in in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Garrett Morgan , an African-American inventor, also developed a traffic signaling system, and was one of the first people to get a patent for a traffic light. William Potts, a police officer, invented the first traffic light with three colors.