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Do I need beam deflectors on my Peugeot?

I have a Peugeot 2008 (2020 model) with LED lights. Do I need beam deflectors when driving abroad?

Filed under lighting - Asked by Bob Easby (Stockton-on-Tees) - Thu, 23 Jun 2022 17:19

Should cars have rear daytime running lights?

Should cars have rear daytime running lights? As we approach winter and darker evenings I have noticed more drivers on the road with no other lights on but their daytime running lights. Maybe they don't think about the dips because they know that the DRLs are always on!

What do you think?

Tommy Flynn (Galway)

Filed under lighting - Asked by Tommy Flynn (Galway) - Mon, 16 Nov 2020 17:33

Can I change a Kia Stinger's reflectors?


I am looking at buying a Kia Stinger GT. The car has a longer narrow reflector each side towards the rear of the car. I know it is there for the US market as it is a legal requirement over there, but from what little info I can find online only reflectors on the rear of the car are required for Ireland/Europe. Anybody know different? Been looking around and have seen loads of cars without them. The reason I ask is because I dont really like the look of them - you can buy body coloured painted replacements that look much better, but obviously don't function as a reflector anymore. Loads of people seem to be doing it in UK and US, but I want to see if it's legal here before going ahead. If anybody has any info or knowledge on the matter i would greatly appreciate it.

Filed under lighting - Asked by Kevin O'Reilly (Leixlip) - Sun, 15 Nov 2020 22:05

Can I retrofit Insignia fog lights?


Is there a work around to install and have Vauxhall Insiginia SRI hatchback fog lights work with an SE model, which does not come with fog lights installed or a fog light button? The year 2010 to 2014.

Filed under lighting - Asked by Mike Te (London) - Thu, 08 Aug 2019 15:03

LED lights on the Hyundai Kona?


Does the Hyundai Kona 1.6 diesel have LED headlights with high beam assist? I am a disabled driver and find this would be a great asset as I have this on my VW Passat. Thank you for your time.

Noel, County Roscommon

Filed under lighting - Asked by Noel Mc Hugh (Carrick On Shannon, Co Roscommon) - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 21:20

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