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Headlights, like tires and windshield wiper blades, are unsung heroes that we give little thought to. They go unnoticed until they fail to do their job. More often than not, we don't even know a headlight has worn out until a police officer pulls us over and informs us. But the prudent driver is an observant, proactive driver and, rather than waiting for a siren and flashing red lights, is mindful of the signs of a headlight that will soon need to be replaced.

Why Be Proactive in Replacing Headlights?

The premise of safe night-time driving is based on being able to drive on a well and evenly illuminated road. This applies not only to us but to oncoming traffic. Not only does driving with a fading headlight gives us an unevenly lit road to follow, reducing our peripheral night vision, it can also be a distraction to the driver heading in the opposite direction. It can be worse if only one headlight is working. The vehicle coming at you may not be sure if we're driving an SUV or a motorcycle. This could cause a serious accident.

Headlight Replacement Service Considerations: How Many?

When you bring your car in for a headlight replacement service, keep in mind that if one headlight is dimming or out, the other is not far behind. It pays to have both headlights replaced together as it will save you time and provide a consistent field of vision for a long time to come. High beams and low beams are served by one bulb in most modern vehicles, unlike older models that had two separate bulbs on each side. If your vehicle is one of these oldies but goodies, do yourself a favor and have all four bulbs replaced.

What Kind?

Halogen headlights come standard in most vehicles bought today. However, some drivers prefer High-Intensity Discharge (HID) headlights or Light-Emitting Diode (LED) ones. 

  • Halogen headlights use a tungsten-halogen filament in combination with halogen gas and emit a brighter light than conventional bulbs.
  • LED headlights draw less power from the battery than halogen. They also have a cooler operating temperature, last longer, and cost less.
  • HID lights forgo heated filaments and rely solely on gas. They cast a brighter light, last longer, and run cooler. They also cost considerably more.

Headlight Replacement in Topeka, KS

If you're not sure which type of headlight is best for your Kia, the service manager at Briggs Kia in Topeka KS can help you. While one of the factory-trained Kia technicians takes care of the service, you can wait in the comfortable customer lounge stocked with a variety of current newspapers and magazines, and enjoy a cup of coffee from the complimentary coffee/beverage bar. Drivers in the Lawrence area in need of a headlight replacement should contact Briggs Kia for quality service and genuine OEM parts.


Complimentary Dealership Amenities

  • Factory-Trained Kia Technicians
  • Comfortable Lounge Area
  • Latest Magazines & Newspapers
  • Coffee/Beverages
  • Genuine Kia Parts & Accessories
  • And More!
Briggs Kia Dealership Amenities
Briggs Kia Dealership Amenities
Briggs Kia Dealership Amenities
Briggs Kia Dealership Amenities

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Briggs Kia
3137 S Kansas Ave.
Topeka, KS 66611
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