Brighten Your Drive with Driving Lights:
Driving at night can be challenging, but fear not! The solution to your dimly lit adventures lies in the brilliance of driving lights. Welcome to the dazzling realm of Off-road lighting – where laughter meets illumination, and your journey becomes a comedy special on the road! In this guide, we’ll shed light on the various types of lights, from the classic humor of halogen to the mysterious allure of HID, the tech-savvy pranks of LED, and the spotlight-stealing brilliance of driving light bars. So, fasten your seatbelts and prepare for a journey filled with laughter and light!
Driving Light Materials
Let’s dive into the heart of our brilliance – Driving Light Materials. At TJM, we understand that the secret to extraordinary performance lies in the materials. Imagine your automotive light becoming a masterpiece, crafted from high-quality materials that enhance their brilliance and ensure their durability. These materials are your vehicle’s armor, protecting the brilliance that lights up your path.
4×4 Driving Lights: Unleash the Power of Brilliance
Picture this: your vehicle conquering rough terrains, and enter 4×4 Driving Lights – the powerhouse of illumination. These lights are designed to turn darkness into a playground for your 4×4 adventures. Imagine your 4×4 becoming a blazing trailblazer, with these lights leading through challenging landscapes. They are not just lights but your companions, guiding you through the night with a powerful and focused beam.
Illuminate Your Drive with LED Driving Lights
If halogen lights are the classics and HID lights are the detectives, then LED lights are the tech-savvy pranksters of the illumination world. They light up the road and throw a techno-party inside your headlights. It’s like having a mini rave on your hood, with dazzling colors and futuristic vibes. LED lights are the life of the nighttime party – who knew lighting could be so excellent?
4WD Driving Lights, Spotlights & Light Bars
Explore the illuminating ensemble of 4WD Lights, Spotlights, and Light Bars at TJM. It’s like choosing the cast for your vehicle’s light-filled stage. 4WD Lights are versatile performers, ready for any off-road challenge. Spotlights are solo acts focusing on specific areas with precision. Light Bars are the ensemble, casting a comprehensive and consistent beam. Imagine your vehicle becoming a stage, with each light playing its role perfectly.
We supply Lightforce, Hella, Britax, Korr, Bushranger, Britax and more driving lights and Light bars, so we have a good range for you to choose from.
Pop into our showroom and take a look at our range and let us help you find the right ones for you.
Driving lights are for use at night in addition to your high beam headlights. They allow extra viewing distance and reflection, making them suitable for off road driving.
When you are 4WDing, a decent set of lights can improve your safety – great to be able to see animals on the side of the road or rocks and hollows right in front of you.
These lights must be wired so they are only able to be switched on when high beams are in use and they must be able to be switched off separately.
Fog lights are not driving lights. Most modern cars come fitted with Fog lights and it’s important you know when you can use them.
Fog lights must only be used when your regular headlights cause glare due to fog, snow, mist, dust or smoke. Driving with fog lights on when these conditions do not exist can result in a fine and demerit points.
Fog beams are wide and low, to cut through the fog and allow you to see well enough to continue on your way. They allow you to stay in your lane and avoid obstacles on the road in very poor vision situations.
There is a huge range of driving lights on the market, choosing the best ones for your needs will make all the difference to your driving experience.