Affix These Spotlights To Your Vehicle And See Into The Distance

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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Have you ever been driving in the dead of night, finding yourself unable to see into the distance? Or perhaps you are a dedicated boater who would rather avoid catastrophe when it is dark out. Either way, there are many vehicular uses for driving spotlights like these. Affix them to your vehicle (it specifically mentions cars, ATVs, SUVs, UTEs, boats, Jeeps, off-road vehicles, trailers, motorcycles, excavators, dozers, road rollers, cranes, grain drills, mowers, snowplows, fire engines, rescue vehicles, police cars, trucks, tractors and other heavy equipment, not to mention other uses in activities such as mining and camping) and you will be able to illuminate the road in front of you.

A 2-pack of these lights typically goes for $58. They are already on sale right now, but the Daily Dealer so recognizes their value that we got you an additional discount, bringing your final price down to just $20 with the code 45XQY4PH.

Normally $58, this lights are a total of 66 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $58, these lights are a total of 66 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

LE 2PCS 4 Inch LED Light Bar 36W Waterproof Driving Spot Light Three Row 3600lm for Off-road Truck Car ATV SUV Jeep Cabin Boat on sale for $19.99 with code 45XQY4PH

As is necessary for driving lights, they are IP67 waterproof. And their die-cast aluminum alloy lengthens their usage all the way up to 50,000 hours.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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