MAZDA MAZDA3 03-05 OEM FOG LIGHTS- YELLOW
Complete set of OEM style fog lights kit. We have different style of fog lights available other than the factory clean lens fog lights. A set of fog lights will customize the look on your ride and also make driving much safer, especially in bad weather. Most of our fog lights kit comes with plugs that is made to interface directly with your factory fog light harness. If your car do not comes with a fog light from factory, there will be wiring connection involve. Complete assemblies that come with bulbs, wiring, and plug. Includes wiring harness, On/Off switch, relays, left / right trim and all necessary hardware for installation..Enhance your visibility during fog, raining, fog and night time driving.Simply plug and play for vehicle equipped with factory fog lights. Installation instruction is not included, but customers can look for OEM installation guide over the internet or seek help with professional mechanics.
When there is fog, you cannot see normal distances, particularly on the highway, and this can be very disconcerting. The better your long-distance eyesight, the more dramatic the change is from normal driving. This can cause intense anxiety. That is why you must drive so much slower in foggy conditions. Many times I would drive the Autobahn in thick fog, conscious of the news stories of horrible fog accidents (nebel unfalle), worried that I would be part of the next 100-car pile-up. In this situation, fog lights can save your life. Unlike high-beams, which simply light up the fog, fog lights light up the road below the fog. As well, the fog light reflectors are designed to spread the beam wider for a shorter distance.
HID (High Intensity Discharge) refers to lighting technology that relies on an electrical charge to ignite xenon gas contained in a sealed bulb. A regular halogen bulb uses a filament which can burn out in as little as 200 hours. HID bulbs are gas filled capsules that are rated for a lifespan of nearly 4500 hours. HID bulbs also shine much brighter due to this technology. Unlike halogen bulbs, HID's emit a type of light that closely resembles natural daylight and is therefore easier on human eyes. In fact, HID lights are currently use in most sports arenas, stadiums, and train stations worldwide.