Ensuring your vehicle's lights are working correctly is critical for your own safety and also other road users as it allows you to be able to see and help others to see you.
A blown bulb will also result in an MOT failure, so make sure you check your lights before taking your vehicle in for its annual MOT test.
How to check your car bulbs
Checking that your vehicle’s lights are in good operational condition should form part of your regular vehicle maintenance check.
Headlamps should be cleaned and have all dirt removed to provide optimum light output when driving.
When driving in wintry conditions, you should clean any snow off your lights before starting your journey so that other drivers can see you clearly.
Ask a friend or partner to help you check brake lights and indicator lights by observing the lights while you apply the brake pedal and indicators respectively.
We will check and fit the correct bulbs on your vehicle, saving you from spending time with this fiddly service.
Blown headlights, indicators or brake lights are a failure on your MOT test and also compromise your safety.