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Cloudy, yellow headlights-anywhere we see them. All cars produced in the last 15 years have plastic headlights and, due to exposure to the sun and climate, they all start to corrode and cloud up. Not only do cloudy, yellow headlights occur in old vehicles, they also occur in vehicles as late as 2-3 years old. Not only is this corrosion and wear of the plastic headlight lenses unsightly, but it is vulnerable.
As reported by the AAA Traffic Safety Foundation, “Today, an average of 9 out of 10 cars on the road have dirty or yellowed headlights that significantly decrease visibility and need to be replaced or cleaned professionally.” So, what does one have to do with these worn, yellow and cloudy headlight lenses? Until recently, replacement and an average of $250-$ 400 per lens were the only option (not including installation and calibration (aiming)). It was simply too expensive for most people to pay for their headlights.
Aftermarket (non-OEM) headlights are available, but the savings are limited and reviews are mixed. It is a fact that aftermarket headlight lenses are awful in terms of design, fit and reliability (per Customer Reports). Many of these aftermarket lenses were poorly sealed, did not wear well and had leakage of moisture that significantly reduced visibility and protection at night. Without making modifications to the vehicle, some wouldn’t even match. Being that the cost of most aftermarket lenses is very close to the cost of the dealer’s (OEM) original equipment, Customer Reviews gave them a low value and poor overall ranking.