Performance Rear Fog Light & Reverse Light Upgrades
What You Need To Know When Buying Performance and Custom Rear Fog Lights and Reverse Lights
The performance or ‘custom’ lights are an enhanced version of the original standard fog or reverse light.
Both rear fog and reverse lights’ main purpose is to allow your visibility for all vehicles at all times, which is especially important when visibility is poor. Reverse lights are for when you are reversing, it will indicate what the vehicle is doing.
It is not a legal requirement for fog lights / lamps to be used when driving in fog, however it is highly recommended so other drivers can see your vehicle. However, it is illegal to use fog lights in normal driving conditions. This can result in a fixed penalty notice, which is a £30 fine but no penalty points.
A link for The Road Vehicles Lighting Regulations 1989:
All our custom performance lighting complies to European standards. They come with 1 year warranty after the delivery, however if the products are damaged upon fitting these will not be protected. Therefore we recommend having the products fitted by a professional.
The products may be for right hand vehicles (UK spec) or some may be neutral drive. The fog light or reverse light may be individual components or clustered units depending on the type of car.
Please note some of our products do not contain the bulb holder within them. See the product specification to check whether the part does. The bulb holder is what holds the bulbs within the light. The bulbs may also not be included so please see the product specification for what type of bulb is needed.
Performance Rear Fog Light & Reverse Light Buying Guide
Here is an explanation of the terms used to help you choose the right Performance Rear Fog & Reverse Lights for your vehicle
Right Hand Drive for UK spec vehicles
Can be fitted on left or right hand drive vehicles
The drivers’ side of the vehicle is the right hand side of the vehicle and may be referred to as the off side or O/S. The passenger is the left hand side and may be referred to as the near side or N/S.