On occasion over the years I've replaced burnt out tail light bulbs on my JK.
Yesterday was the most recent.
I got thinking about perhaps replacing the OEM lights with LED tail lights by IPCW®.
Does anyone have personal experience with LED tail lights?
If yes, what are their pros n' cons?
My requirements would include a brighter intensity than OEM lights and maintenance-free for 5+ years and toughness/durability against impacts on the trail.
Are these reasonable expectations?
At the moment I'm considering these Ruby Red LED Tail Lights by IPCW® (see details below). Are there others that you have personal experience with that meet, or exceed, my requirements?
Another question, are you aware of any regulations (highway / traffic) that speak to smoked or dark lenses for tail lights? Legal, not legal?
Backgrounder: Jeep Wrangler 2011, Ruby Red LED Tail Lights by IPCW®, 1 Pair. Especially for those drivers who are bored of their monochromatic tail lights and want to change them into something more appealing and effective, these are the right parts to go with. These bolt-on LED tail lights will give your vehicle an exclusive look and expand its lighting capabilities.
2011 Jeep Wrangler Tail Lights at CARiD.com