You like to think you’re pretty bright, huh? Well, we’re sure you are. Which is why you know now is a great time to think about new headlights. Maybe you know some people who would say “It’ll be spring soon, everything’s gonna be sunshine and rainbows. So why worry about my car lighting?” And, sure, we’re all just giddy about that extra hour of daylight and the fact that the days are getting just a little bit longer week by week. Now, we don’t mean to rain on your parade but it can’t be sunny all the time, and you’re going to have to do some night driving unless you live north of the Arctic Circle (in which case, good luck with your insomnia).
But since you’re so bright, you probably already thought of all that. And you probably realize that your lights have been going through the grinder all winter, like when you got stuck behind that sanding truck and decided not to pass because, hey, at least the roads aren’t slippery. Or maybe you did pass and your lights had an unfortunate run-in with a snow bank. Or maybe you live somewhere where it doesn’t snow but you probably get the dessert sand or the salt from the sea air. Whatever the case may be, if your headlights have seen better days, then you could -- and should -- be seeing better, and we’re here to help.
With spring around the corner, don’t forget your corner lights. And maybe Peter Cottontail will bring some new taillights.
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