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  1. Off-roading is every Jeep owner’s dream, but what happens when you go off-road after dark? Suddenly, all of the street lights and another lighting around you is gone, and you must rely on the lighting on your vehicle to light your way. Unfortunately, the lighting that comes standard on most vehicles is not sufficient, and you will need to add additional lighting. But where do you add it? What lighting should you choose? How much power do you need? Type of Light Bulbs for Off-Road Lighting No matter which type of off-road light you’re installing, you need to ensure that it is the right type of bulb for the application. Here are some of the bulbs to consider. · Halogen off-road Light – Halogen off-road lights are the oldest type of light bulbs available. Because they were the only option for many years, many people still use them, but this is the least efficient option. These lights place quite a bit of stress on your vehicle’s electrical system and should be used sparingly, such as for one or two flood lights. · LED off-road Light – LED bulbs has a low amp draw and long projected lifespan, and these two features have made this an incredibly popular off-road light. These lights use two lead semiconductors as their light source. These lights use 75 percent less energy than equivalent halogen lights and can last five times as long because they are shock and water proof. They are also quite bright, giving a crisp illumination in even the darkest of situations.
  2. So i need a 3rd car. It dosent have to be practical, but needs at least two seats and can be for off roading or a sports car. I dont really care what it is as long as it is pretty reliable and fun and different. It cant be a manual not because i dont want a manual but my wife won't let me get another manual car. Used is fine. Under $30,000. Any ideas?
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