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Utility Lights for Trucks and Semis
Driving large vehicles can be dangerous, especially if your rig isn’t properly equipped. To make sure you and the other drivers around you are safe, making sure your truck is fitted with proper lighting is the first step. Utility lights are an essential component of any work truck and utility vehicle, providing illumination for a wide range of tasks, including alerting other drivers to your presence on the road. Depending on your specific needs, utility lights come in a choice of shapes and sizes to better fit your rig.
Using utility lights for enhanced safety
One of the biggest benefits of utility lights is their increased safety and improved visibility. By providing plenty of illumination, utility lights can help increase visibility and reduce the risk of accidents or injuries. They can also enhance the functionality of a vehicle by providing illumination for work tasks and other activities.
Types of utility lights
Based on their size, shape, and illumination intensity, utility lights can be divided into four basic types: marker lights, clearance lights, dome lights, and back-up lights.
Marker lights are small and low-intensity, usually used to indicate the presence of a vehicle on the road. These are typically mounted on the front, rear, and side of the vehicle and are designed to be highly visible to other drivers.
Clearance lights are similar to marker lights, since they also indicate the presence of the vehicle, but are typically larger and brighter than marker lights, and are usually mounted higher up on the vehicle.
Dome lights are used for the interior of the truck or utility vehicle, typically mounted on the ceiling of the vehicle, and are designed to provide enough illumination for work tasks and other activities without distracting the driver from the road.
Finally, back-up lights are high-intensity lights that are used to provide additional illumination for a backing up truck or semi-truck. They are mounted on the rear of the vehicle and are activated whenever the vehicle is shifted into reverse.
Here at Big Rig World, we offer a wide range of utility lights and associated repair parts - check out our online catalog!