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Fog Lights

Fog Lights

Foggy roads make for great horror movie scenery, but they’re terrible for real world driving conditions. Enter halogen and LED fog lights. Your car or truck probably has a factory setting for foggy conditions, but those may not be strong enough. Aftermarket fog lights sit on your lower bumper and provided added visibility in soupy ocean mist or dense valley tule.
From clear halogen bulbs to bold LED fog lights, aftermarket fog lamps emit a wide, low beam that cut through hazy air better than regular headlights. And they look good doing it. Even better, most fog lights for trucks are pretty universal. No matter the make and model of your truck, you can create a custom fog light set-up near the front grill that makes driving much safer and just plain easier. Some drivers use a single light to brighten up their morning commute near the beach, while other midnight drivers use a 4-light line-up to cut through any late night hazy atmosphere. We’re not gonna tell you how to live your best fog-fighting life, we’re just here to make sure you have the most durable options to choose from.

Fog lights for trucks and other vehicles come equipped with all the wiring harnesses, optical inserts, and durable housing that you need for a quick install. Plus, they’re lightweight enough to be mounted in your driveway without a lot of - or any - extra help. You can do it, we believe in you.

Many models are even shock-mounted to keep lights protected when you’re off-roading or hitting potholes. And if you occasionally take a speed bump too fast - your lights won’t end up as shattered as your NASCAR dreams. Slim series models allow you to fit fog lights on the front of vehicles that might otherwise not have room for an aftermarket lamp, because everyone should have the lighting set up of their dreams. Meanwhile, lightweight lights are ideal for a roof-top mount, a popular choice for truck and Jeep drivers riding on unlit backroads when conditions are tough.

The biggest decision you’ll make when choosing aftermarket fog lights is between halogen and LED bulbs. Halogen bulbs emit a softer light and are often more affordable, while LED bulbs last longer and produce a light that refuses to be dimmed by even the most challenging fog conditions. The right choice for you depends on when and how often you’ll be lighting up your fog lamps. We offer top-of-the-line fog lights in black or silver finish casing options, water-tight assembly, included mounting hardware, and the choice between white or blue light. And most fog lights for trucks and cars are sold separately, so you’re never stuck with more lamps than you bargained for.

Finding aftermarket fog lights on AutoAnything is easy work. From LED fog lights to halogen bulbs that supplement your factory headlights, you’ll you’ll be ready to light the way on your backroad convoy in no time at all. You don’t need to spend hours watching YouTube reviews and reading forums. Instead, read a few of our customer reviews and rely on our 1-year price guarantee to know you’re getting the best deal in the neighborhood.
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Spyder Fog Lights

Spider fog lights

These spider fog lights were everything I needed. Perfect fit. Great customer service. Delivered in 1 day!!! Thanks Autoanything!!! View more reviews...
Posted By Robert R (Big Spring, TX) / February 2, 2022
2003 Chevy Silverado
Oracle Fog Lights


Once installed they look great View more reviews...
Posted By Charles G (Gary , IN ) / February 6, 2020
2013 GMC Yukon
Putco Luminix LED Fog Lights

very difficult to install

after doing research on these fog lites, they seemed like installation would be very simple, not so. the instructions didn't indicate that you have to remove inner fender well plus additional bracing on the fender to gain access to the mounting points.I started to do the install, but still couldn't gain enough access to the mounts without additional bracket removal, so i stopped install. Their instructions should be more detailed, a bit misleading. View more reviews...
Posted By john m (VINELAND, NJ) / June 16, 2019

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