Headlight ReplacementIf you're in need of a headlight replacement, our service technicians will inspect your vehicle's headlights and exterior bulbs, determine whether they need to be replaced, and then install any necessary replacements.
WHY WORKING HEADLIGHTS ARE IMPORTANT
Working car headlights rank near the top of our list of things we, and our vehicles can't live without. Without them, you won't be able to see where you're going while driving at night or in bad weather, and worse, no one will be able to see you. Don't be put off if one of your headlights, brake lights, or other exterior car lights is out or appears to be about to go out. Schedule an appointment today to have new bulbs installed.
ABOUT OUR HEADLIGHT REPLACEMENT SERVICE
What’s Included with Our Headlight Replacement Service?
At Just Tires, we will inspect your vehicle's headlights, sealed-beam or LED lights, brake lights, turn signals, hazard lights, and marker bulbs as part of our Headlight Replacement Service. Following that, we'll work with you to determine any replacements you need and then install them. Schedule an Appointment Today
Where Can I Get a Headlight Replacement Near Me?
You can easily schedule an appointment to replace your headlights at your local Just Tires tire shop today. Schedule an Appointment Today
Why is it Important to Change Headlights?
When your headlights and other bulbs are working properly, they can help to reduce the chances of an accident by making your vehicle more visible and making your intentions to turn, stop, or signal a hazard clear.
That is why it is critical to replace them when they break or lose their brightness over time. It's also possible to improve visibility by replacing lights that are dimming due to age.
If a bulb goes out, replacing it as soon as possible may also help you avoid a citation from the authorities.
How Often Should Headlights be Replaced?
The average headlight lifespan is determined by several factors, including:
- How Much It’s Used: Similar to lightbulbs in your home, the more you use your headlights, the sooner they may need to be replaced. If you drive with your lights on all the time, for example, the bulbs will burn out sooner.
- The Type of Bulb: Halogen bulbs may not last as long as HID (high intensity discharge) lights, while LED (light emitting diode) lights are said to outlast both.
If your bulbs have become dimmer over time or have gone out, we recommend that you service them. It's also a good idea to have your headlights checked sooner if you notice a cracked headlight lens (with dust or moisture in it). Schedule an Appointment Today