Last Update: June 1, 2023
Foggy roads are an excellent backdrop for horror movies, but they are terrible for real-world driving conditions. Your car or truck probably has a factory setting for cloudy conditions, but halogen and LED fog lights to come in. Aftermarket fog lights sit on your lower bumper and provide extra visibility in ocean fog or dense valley fog.
Most Popular Fog Lights
2011 - 2013 Rogue
2014 - 2015 Nissan Rogue Select
2007 - 2011 Versa 2009 - 2014 Nissan Murano
2014-2015 Infiniti QX50
2007-2014 Chevy Suburban Tahoe
2007 2008 2009 Toyota Camry
1999 2000 2001 2002 GMC Sierra
2000-2006 GMC Yukon
2009 2010 2011 Civic Sedan
Aftermarket fog lights from clear halogen bulbs to flashy LED fog lights give off a broad, deep light that cuts through the hazy air better than regular headlights. And they look good while doing it. Even better, most aftermarket fog lights for trucks are pretty universal. Some drivers use a single light to brighten their morning commute to the beach, while other midnight drivers use a 4-light set up to break up the hazy atmosphere of the night.
Regardless of the make and model of your truck, you can customize the fog lights near the grille, making driving much safer and more accessible. We will not tell you how best to fight the fog; we are just here to make sure you have the best possible options to choose from.
Fog lights for trucks and other vehicles come with all the wiring harnesses, optical inserts, and rugged housings you need for a quick installation. Plus, they are light enough to mount in your driveway without much – or any – extra help. You can do it; we believe in you.
The lightweight headlights are ideal for roof mounting, a popular choice for truck and Jeep drivers traveling on unlit back roads when conditions are challenging. Many models even come with shock absorbers to protect your headlights when off-roading or hitting potholes. And if you occasionally take a bump too fast – your headlights will not break like your NASCAR dreams. Slim Series models let you add fog lights to the front of vehicles that otherwise would not have room for an aftermarket bulb because everyone should have the lighting setup of their dreams.
The right choice for you depends on when and how often you turn on your fog lights. The most crucial decision is between halogen and LED bulbs when choosing aftermarket fog lights. Halogen bulbs emit a softer light and are often less expensive, while LED bulbs last longer and produce light that will not dim in even the most challenging fog conditions. We offer premium fog lights with black or silver housings, waterproof mounting, mounting hardware, and a choice of white or blue light. And most fog lights for trucks and cars are sold separately, so you’ll never need more sunlight than you intended.
Autosaver-88.com has a wide range of aftermarket fog lights, including LED fog lights and halogen bulbs that complement your factory headlights. You don’t have to spend hours watching YouTube reviews and reading forums. Instead, read a few of our customer reviews and rely on our price guarantee to ensure you get the best deal.