Trailers are non mechanical carriages driven by mechanical vehicles; they are used for commercial purposes to transfer goods and commodities from one place to the other. Since trailers are mostly huge in size, therefore, they are allowed to operate only late at nights. Night driving is always difficult and a lot of skills are required to commute, especially if you are out on the highway. Certain safety features become even more important. Good braking system, loud and clear horn, functioning wipers, power steering and sound lighting system are the most important safety features. We will discuss more about the type of trailer lights one should use. Basically, there two types of trailer lights, one being incandescent and the other LED. LED lights are far more superior to incandescent lamps mainly due to the following few reasons:
- The longevity of LED lamps is great because it has the capacity to handle road jerks and vibrations
- LED lamps consume very little power when compared to incandescent lamps.
- LED lamps generally have a warranty period from the manufacturer, therefore, getting them replaced or repaired is not a tough ask.
- The life expectancy rate of LED lamps is over 1 lac hour as compared to incandescent lamp’s 15000 hours.