||Stop lights are red lights fitted to the rear of the vehicle which are activated whenever the drive operates the foot brake to slow or stop the vehicle.
||Reversing lights are white lights fitted to the rear of a vehicle. They provide vision behind the vehicle and warn other drivers that the vehicle will move backwards.
||Indicators are amber lights located at the corners of the vehicle. They are pulsing lights that warn other road users of an intended change in direction.
||In headlight bulbs the main beam filament is positioned at the focal point of the reflector, and the dip beam filament is placed above and slightly to one side.
|High intensity discharge (HID) lights
||High Intensity Discharge or HID lights provide better illumination than other types of lights.
||Driving lights are used to supplement vehicle headlight systems.
||Fog lights are used with other vehicle lighting in poor weather such as thick fog, driving rain or blowing snow.
||Cornering lights are white colored lights usually fitted into the bumper bar and are designed to provide side light when the vehicle is turning corners.
|Smart lighting||Different lighting technologies can be fitted individually or together to form comprehensive adaptive lighting systems.|