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Choose from a range of bulbs from the NAPA portfolio to help light your way. The NAPA range includes auxiliary, halogen and xenon (HID) headlamp bulbs.

Why Replace?
All bulbs will fail and/or deteriorate over time. The lifespan of a bulb depends on several factors including voltage, vibration, and usage.

Half of all driving incidents occur at night, despite the decrease in road traffic. This is attributed to poor visibility and highlights the importance of seeing ahead. As the light from your headlights deteriorate, the quality of light declines. As a result, the distance seen by drivers at night and during the winter months decreases as the clarity of the roads get dimmer.

As a safety-critical part, it is important to check bulbs regularly and replace in pairs to give drivers a clear, brighter view of the roads.

Product Quality
All the products in the range are supplied by a global automotive lighting manufacturer. All the products are engineered by an R & D team, quality tested throughout the production process and certified to meet several international standards including ECE regulation 37 (R37).

The warranty on the NAPA Bulbs is in line with vehicle manufacturer’s guidelines.

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