MAXIMIZES HEADLIGHT PERFORMANCE FOR SAFER NIGHT DRIVING
The BRITE BOXTM is a self contained device that greatly contributes to driving safety on dark roads by improving both the output and coverage of standard vehicle headlights.
|BEFORE BRITE BOX:
Low beams / fog lights shut OFF when high beams are on. Note poor illumination directly in front of and to side of vehicle.
|AFTER BRITE BOX:
Low beams / fog lights stay ON when high beams are on. Note increase in both OUTPUT and COVERAGE!
All vehicle headlights have two distinct beam patterns: low beam for close range illumination, and high beam for long range illumination. In most vehicles, when the high beams are activated, the low beams shut off. The resulting choice of "near" vs. "far" illumination compromises safety and comfort because at a maximum, only 54% of the vehicle's lighting potential is being used at any given time. Installing brighter headlight bulbs does little to help because the coverage of the headlights is still compromised. Additionally, if your vehicle has factory installed fog lights, they too shut off when high beams are engaged. How does one solve this problem?
Enter the BRITE BOXTM. Brite Box illuminates the low beams (and fog lights with Fog Light Control models) when the high beams are activated which allows 100% of the lighting potential of the vehicle to be utilized. Brite Box provides an even carpet of light that stretches from near to far. Safety and comfort are improved because the driver can now see a larger portion of the road. The safety benefits and circuitry of Brite Box has been proven in millions of miles of over the road testing, and is used by law enforcement and transportation companies.
Brite Box features easy plug in installation (in most vehicles) and can usually be installed in 30 minutes or less.
TOYOTA DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT (DRL) NOTES:
Toyota vehicles often have two different electrical systems that are unique to vehicles equipped with Daytime Running Lights (DRL) and those without. There are different Brite Box applications for each electrical system.
Daytime Running Lights (DRL) tend to be a "love it" or "hate it" feature. As a result of the latter, there is much information available on how to disable DRL.
If Daytime Running Lights have been disabled, the vehicle still requires the Brite Box application for the DRL vehicle!
How to determine if your vehicle has a NON - DRL electrical system:
- Fuse / relay box characteristics - in engine compartment (mounted on or near driver side fender): DRL Fuse and Relay positions are vacant