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Re: Moose lights
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auxillary lights ()

BobinNP
I live in interior Alaska where it’s dark most of the winter. If you’re able to drive these roads with your brights on, then what we call moose lights would be an option. They can be installed on most vehicles. They make license plate mounts and several other devices on which to mount them depending on what you’re driving. There are lots of options for lights. The business I own up here installs them daily on anything from big tucks to Honda’s. LED lights are the most popular. Vision X and Rigid industries are the best quality manufacturers. If you choose this route, have them installed so that when you turn on the high beams and have the auxiliary light switch on both the high beams and the moose lights will come on. You can also have your factory bulbs replaced directly with LED bulbs. These are quite popular. Good luck watch out for swamp critters.

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