Buy LED trailer rear position light
When you want to cross the road safely, an Led wide-beam light is very important. We have a wide range of the best LED lights for extra visibility on the Trailer. Sleek design front trailer lights or marker lights that you can easily connect yourself. Check the brand of trailer position light that is mounted on the trailer to see if there is a flat cable that you can easily plug Aspock or Radex Lights into. In any other case, you can easily connect them with a lamp plug or solder of course. Also, a wide-beam Trailer LED light requires much less maintenance and can easily withstand vibrations from your vehicle. This makes them last much longer than ordinary bulbs. In addition, it is mandatory to carry wide-beam lights in some cases. If you own a trailer that is more than 1.60 metres wide, you are required to display two white front city lights. For trailers with a maximum authorised mass of more than 750 kg and wider than 2.10, it is compulsory to have two white marker lights at the front and two red marker lights at the rear of your trailer.
Shuttle led trailer marking lights
We have 3 handy types of pendulum lights in our range. Because these Trailer marking lights are made of rubber, this makes them very flexible. This comes in very handy if you accidentally hit something. The front lights bend flexibly, so you won't break them. Always make sure you mount these lights upside down. If you mount them upside down, for example, splash and rain water can get into the lamp and damage the marker light.
The advantages of LED marker lights trailer:
- No oxidation in LED wide-beam trailer light
- Very bright light, even during heavy rain
- Does not break down quickly due to vibrations
- More burning hours than ordinary bulbs
- LED trailer rear position light does not heat up quickly
Faults with LED trailer rear position lamp?
An LED trailer rear position light is very energy-efficient. Unfortunately, this can sometimes cause malfunctions. Think, for example, of flashing Rear lamps. When this occurs, it is a so-called 'CANBUS' malfunction. The on-board computer does not recognise the Trailer LED lights and then reports that the lights are not working. This problem can occur in modern cars equipped with a 13-pin connection. Unfortunately, this cannot be said in advance. In fact, it can vary from make and type to make. Fortunately, we do have a simple solution. With all LED wide-beam trailer lights, you can mount loose resistors on the ground wire and on any function that gives a malfunction. This is a great solution if you are somewhat tech-savvy. Would you rather not use resistors? Then a complete control box is a suitable solution. Using a plug and socket connection, you can connect it to almost any Trailer.
Need help choosing the right wide beam Trailer?
Would you like more information about our range of trailer lighting LED? We will gladly provide you with no-obligation advice on which wide-beam lights are required for you. We are happy to help you find the right trailer rear position light.