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Decreasing Traffic Accidents Through Enlightenment & Clear Vision!

For a limited time only we will fit new windscreen wipers & bulbs FREE when purchased through one of our SKODA sites

Car lights include:


There are two types of headlights—low beam and high beam. These lights allow the driver to see the roadway in the dark, while also signalling to other motorists that a car is present. Low beams provide a light distribution to give adequate forward and lateral illumination without blinding other road users with excessive glare. High beams provide an intense, centre-weighted distribution of light with no particular control of glare and should only be used when there are no visible cars in front of you (coming or going).

Rear lights

Rear lights are required to produce only red light at the rear of the vehicle and are wired such that they are lit whenever the headlights are on. This helps drivers who are traveling behind you to recognize that you’re there and how far ahead you are.

Daytime running lights

These lights are located in both the front and rear of the car and generally turn on automatically; although in some cars you do have an option to turn them off. They are designed to make you more visible to other vehicles, but some drivers find them distracting in oncoming cars.

Fog lights

Located near the headlights, these lights and are generally mounted low in order to prevent the light from refracting on the fog and glaring back toward you (the driver). These should only be used during fog when normal headlights are not effective.

Signal lights

Also known as indicators or “blinkers” these are located in the front and back of the car, beside the head and tail lights. When activated, they indicate to other drivers that you’ll soon be turning (in the indicated direction of the signal) and will most likely be slowing down to do so.

Brake lights

Located to the side of your rear lights, they signal drivers that you’re slowing down or stopping. Since they’re only activated when you apply the brakes you don’t need to worry about misusing them. However, you do have to make sure they are properly maintained and do not burn out.

Hazard warning lights

Also known as flashers, they are located in the front and back of the vehicle. When turned on they admit a flashing signal to warn other drivers that you’re experiencing a problem, are in distress, or warning of an immediate danger (rocks in the road, slow funeral procession). They should only be used as warnings of distress or traffic problems—never as stop signal or illegal parking permit.

Driving lamps

These are located inside the vehicle and are used to brighten the interior of the vehicle for the passenger or driver to safely check maps or directions, or locate items in the dark. They should never be used for long periods.


Windshield wipers are a small part of your car, but they make a big impact on your driving and overall safety. They can remove rain, snow, dirt, pollen, frost and other debris quickly and smoothly at the push of a button! And with winter firmly upon us why would you want to risk not having clear vision from your windscreen wipers?

Available at our two SKODA dealerships located;


43 St. Cross Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9PU


15 Blackwater Way, Ash Road, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU12 4DN

01252 418562

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