Not sure the reverse light is seen as a "safety" aid to others. It is not required on a vehicle as part of an MOT test.AlanG said:A reversing light is not a driver's aid - it's for the safety of other drivers - just like brake lights. There are rules governing the relative brightness of each type of light which is why, when following cars of every possible brand, the red night lights are uniformly the same brightness as are the brake lights.
Privatedoc said:as UPs have no canbus light sensing, LED upgrades are easy must get some....what fitting are they craig? (can't be arsed going out in the wind and rain to check!)
If you can show us where on your dashboard display the bulb failure warning is, that would be great. Mine certainly doesn't have any bulb failure warning, as I've had two sets of DRLs go pop on me, and I've only ever noticed from the reflection from the car in front that they weren't working.Blackpuppy said: