Quality Lighting

Quality Lights For Your 4 wheel Drive, Camper,

Quality lighting is one of the most important equipment when it comes to 4 Wheel Driving and camping in Australia. One of the benefits of traveling in Australia is being able to explore the remote and geographically diverse locations it has to offer. Having good lights whether its driving lightscamping lightswork lights or warning lights ensures that you will have enough visibility to have successful trips.

Why LED?

Though there are several types of lights on the market, LEDs are a go-to choice for 4 wheel drivers. HID is recommended over halogen as they have a longer beam distance and the light tends to be more neutral, which reduces eye fatigue and adds clarity to your night-driving experience, but they only last around 2,000 hours. LEDs however, last for over 50,000 hours. They are also cooler when running, draw less energy, reduce glare and are not as fragile as their competitors.

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Distance vs spread

Distance vs Spread

Having enough lighting in all directions is a top priority when it comes to 4 wheel driving at night. When driving off-road or cross country you will be faced with mist, wildlife crossings, darkness and much more. To ensure your safety, you need powerful, long distance illumination, or pencil beam head lights. To get complete coverage we also recommend installing a light bar on the front of your car to get the broader areas at short distance. A combination of both is the most ideal to insure you get enough light everywhere needed.

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Ensuring your Vehicle has Enough Power Supply

Generally, you want your driving lights connected to your start battery just as you have your standard, factory lights. If your planning on installing work or camp lights that you want to use once your parked somewhere, usually those are powered by your auxiliary battery. The lights Amp can be calculated by dividing the watts of the light by the Voltage (12 or 24). This article Explains how much your light will drain your battery and how quickly before needed to charge it.


Rules & Regulations

Before purchasing or fitting auxillary lights ensure you are following your local areas laws. The regulations for Western Australia’s fitment and use of additional vehicle lights can be found here. You can find most other online or by contacting your local department of transport.

Frequently Asked Questions

Optimal Kelvins?

The optimal Kelvin we recommend is 5000. This is the colour temperature that our eyes have evolved to see best – midday daylight. You are able to see the most detail without straining your eyes and causing fatigue. Especially important when you are driving for long periods of time.

Optimal Distance of driving lights?

Generally, 300 meters ahead is enough for most standard cars. Or you could say 3-4 times your stopping distance. You can have lights that go further, if you would like.

Do you offer Local Pick up?

If you choose pickup at checkout, we will call you when your items are available. This generally takes 1-3 days.

Please note that we do not regularly stock all items in our shop so please wait for us to confirm they are ready for pickup or call us to check availability.

Shop address for pickups:
1/6 Radius Loop, Bayswater WA-6053

Opening times:
Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

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What are your average shipping/delivery times?

Delivery times vary depending on the different carrier companies (e.g. TNT, Startrack, Couriers Please etc.) and the location of the destination address. Some delivery companies will display an expected arrival date and some won’t.

For domestic deliveries within Australia to all metropolitan areas the delivery times are between 2-8 business days unless displayed differently.

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For international deliveries around the World, the delivery times vary from 2-30+ business days depending the destination country.