We choose ONLY the BRIGHTEST and BEST LEDs that fit your car's bulb type for that application. We've simplified the LED buying process so you get the best LEDs possible. Just select your vehicle and we'll tell you what fits!
We have done as much research as possible to ensure that your LED fits your application. When you select your vehicle, you are displayed the best and brightest LEDs for your specific car.
There may be multiple bulbs types for your vehicle. Please compare your original bulb to your OEM bulb to make sure you are buying the right one.
It's too long to post here, but mainly it's because we manufacture our own LEDs. Click here for what makes our LEDs better.
Yes, all LEDs are sold individually unless otherwise specified.
We are putting together a database of how many LEDs are required for every car and every application. If the fitment notes, "Requires 2 for Turn Signals" make sure to buy 2 LEDs so you get the correct amount of LEDs.
Don't see a Requires for the application? We are still working on compiling this information, so just check your car to see how many you need.
Match the your lens color. If your lens is Red, choose a Red LED.
If your lens is clear, choose the color of your application. For Brake lights, choose Red. For Turn Signals, choose Amber or White.
CANBUS vehicles monitor bulbs to ensure that they are working and not burned out. Many European cars like Audi, BMW, and Mercedes Benz need CANBUS LEDs or "Error Free LEDs." Using these LEDs will not cause a bulb-out error to be thrown. Not sure? Unplug your OEM bulb, and see if your car throws a bulb-out warning. If so, buy a CANBUS LED.
If you're buying LEDs for your Turn Signals, you'll also need to buy hyperblink fixers. Without the hyperblink fixers, your turn signals will flash 2x faster than normal. Click here to get the hyperblink fixers.