4100k is the most usable light on the road. Anything higher is silly, IMO.
100% correct. Plus, funny.If you like actually seeing things while driving at night, yes. They could weigh 20 pounds and still be worth it.
You guys need to start doing a search.Hopefully within the same topic, what is the rating on the OEM driving light kit (fog lights) is it worth it or should I get aftermarket?
Sir, you are a more patient man than I. [sigh]You guys need to start doing a search.
"Color" of your lights has been talked about forever... (try to be around 4.3K unless you don't want to see - blue actually reduces what you see from your lights because of the way your eyes perceive vision). A search will turn up a lot of threads about this.
Driving Lights - First they are NOT fog lights - they are auxiliary long range high beams and are VERY bright. Don't even think about aftermarket - the factory kit is reasonably priced, is designed for the car, has all the mounting brackets, relay, wring, and even a new dash panel with switch. And again, this has been discussed over and over again - try a search.