Headlights are a critical safety component of every vehicle, allowing drivers to see each other and their environment. It is a legal requirement of every vehicle on the road to have fully functioning head lights, and having one that is not functioning properly can lead to being pulled over and ticketed. More importantly, having a broken or malfunctioning headlight can reduce visibility, and increase the risk of being in a serious collision.
A cracked or broken headlight lens can worsen over time, inhibiting the driver’s ability to see the road safely. It is important to change the assembly as soon as a problem is noticed. Headlight Assemblies typically include the housing, lens, and wiring harness, everything you need to repair the head light to original quality.
A broken headlight is not the only reason to install a new headlight assembly. Headlights that have become foggy or yellowed over time can greatly decrease visibility on the road and can lead to dangerous driving situations, especially in poor weather or at night, when having clear and efficient lighting is most important.
Manufacturers such as TYC offer different levels of headlight certification. Generally, these come as standard, NSF certified, or CAPA certified. All three have same fit and design specifications, and all three feature high-quality headlights that pass federal safety standards. However, they are certified by different safety institutions: NSF and CAPA are organizations that help guarantee the safety and quality of automotive parts.
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