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Simdevanma Direct via Amazon [amazon.com] has LED Automobile Headlight Bulbs with Advanced LED Chip and All-in-One Conversion Kit for $28.99-$31.89 with code K6QRX9VY plus free shipping with Amazon Prime.
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Last Edited by z1ma8 November 2, 2017 at 02:43 PM
Please note these are not DoT approved headlights and may blind oncoming traffic when used with an improper light housing and bulb reflector.

You can be ticketed for using this lights.

*Nothing is "DOT approved." USDOT is not an approving agency. The correct language is "DOT compliant." https://www.truck-lite.com/conten...egulations*

[B]Simdevanma claims these lights ARE DOT certificated, BUT THEY ARE NOT. The FAKE Cert someone put up is so full of errors its funny. Since when does DOT use HOTMAIL. Also they are confusing the NHTSA with the DOT on the fake cert. THEY ARE NOT DOT APPROVED.

*Nothing is "DOT approved." USDOT is not an approving agency. The correct language is "DOT compliant." https://www.truck-lite.com/conten...egulations*

How this is even permitted to be on the front page is amazing. This shitbag company puts a fraudulent DOT certificate up, but still their crappy LEDs are being pimped on the front page. $$ over quality/safety/integrity. I guess I shouldn't be surprised. Notice at the bottom of the so-called certificate that the FDA is mentioned. Now what the f*CK does the FDA have to do with headlights?? This whole thread should be deleted.

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Not DOT approved. There's a huge risk driving around with these, and I'm not just talking about a citation.

If you get into an accident, and the other driver claims your lights may have blinded them or otherwise interfered with their vision, you could be held liable. Huge reason why these are listed under the "offroad" category to protect the seller.

Not worth getting into any of that IMO.
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Yeah tell that to the idiots driving around with the giant lightbars on their Tonka Trucks screaming by the squad cars that don't give a sh*t.
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they sell on ebay for about the same price. not really that much of a deal
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Not DOT approved. There's a huge risk driving around with these, and I'm not just talking about a citation.

If you get into an accident, and the other driver claims your lights may have blinded them or otherwise interfered with their vision, you could be held liable. Huge reason why these are listed under the "offroad" category to protect the seller.

Not worth getting into any of that IMO.
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Not to mention the dozens of different bulb housings that affect the beam. No way this could be universal.

Stick with playing around with sidemarker and courtesy bulbs.
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Not DOT approved. There's a huge risk driving around with these, and I'm not just talking about a citation.

If you get into an accident, and the other driver claims your lights may have blinded them or otherwise interfered with their vision, you could be held liable. Huge reason why these are listed under the "offroad" category to protect the seller.

Not worth getting into any of that IMO.
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been reading these LED bulbs are still not as good as HIDs. especially in the rain or cloudy conditions its like you are driving handicapped. They also perform worse in projector housings that many newer cars come with. While HIDs are now more acceptable because more cars are projector housing so sometimes retrofittin isnt necessary like before in previous halogen reflector housings.
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Not DOT approved. There's a huge risk driving around with these, and I'm not just talking about a citation.

If you get into an accident, and the other driver claims your lights may have blinded them or otherwise interfered with their vision, you could be held liable. Huge reason why these are listed under the "offroad" category to protect the seller.

Not worth getting into any of that IMO.
Yeah tell that to the idiots driving around with the giant lightbars on their Tonka Trucks screaming by the squad cars that don't give a sh*t.
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Well, I actually bought these and drove from IL to NY, and these lights are absolutely better than the HIDs I had...
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