Your car has a variety of different bulbs, and it can be tricky to understand the differences between bulb types and determine which one is best for your needs.
What does "H7" actually mean? Different vehicles require different bulb fittings. For example, H7 headlight bulbs have a 2-hole plug. Some headlight bulbs also have three pins. Bulb fittings are not interchangeable because of the different number of pins. You cannot swap an H7 bulb for a three-pin bulb if your car requires it.
There are many benefits to using H7 headlight bulbs.
- Suitable for daily driving
- Blindfold oncoming drivers
- Easy to install
- Dimmable when necessary
- Improve low visibility driving scenarios
- Use warm colors
- Provide versatility
As we've already said, H7 bulbs are inexpensive to manufacture, easy to install and replace, emit bright yellow white light, and perhaps most importantly, have an average life of 1000 hours.
They are very useful in illuminating the road without dazzling the driver.
Some halogen bulbs perform better than other car led headlight bulbs.
When to use H7 headlight bulbs?
You don't have a lot of choices when it comes to accessories for your new headlight bulbs. The type of bulb you need depends on the vehicle. H7 bulbs are used in the headlights of many cars, including BMWs, Audis and Mercedes.
To find the best bulb kit for your vehicle, you can use our bulb finder. Check out our selection of H7 bulbs for your vehicle.