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How to choose Visor Emergency Lights

Author:Starway   Release time:17-02-03

When you are outfitting your emergency vehicles with Visor Emergency lights, you should evaluate the sizes, colors, and features that are available. You will find a number of options available for emergency lighting solutions, allowing you to customize your vehicle according to your individual needs.

Firstly, you need to consider the type of car that you are outfitting and how the vehicle will be used.  If you are outfitting a police car, you will want red, blue, and white flashing lights on the visor. If you are outfitting a construction vehicle, snow clearer, Highway emergency vehicle, Dung sucking, sprinkler or wrecker. You might need orange or amber flashing lights. If the warning lights are fitted for the fire fighting trucks, the all-red flashing lights are needed. The ambulance, blood collecting vehicle are installed all-blue flashing lights.

Secondly, The size of the emergency lights should considered.

If the truck will always be visible as an emergency vehicle, such as a branded police car, fire truck or ambulance, then it probably makes sense to use a full light bar on the roof.  Sometimes the undercover cars can be used by highway patrol or other emergency services, the visors lights are a great solution in those undercover situations.

Thirdly, How the vehicle installed the emergency lights will be used, that plays a decisive function in the color or size. The Undercover cars need  small light bars that can be hidden away. The small lights allow the vehicles to remain unmarked when needed, and these small lights can quickly be pulled out and turned on.

At Starway, our goal is to help you find the best lighting solutions for your emergency vehicles. Contact us to learn more about visor emergency lights as well as the other emergency lights, sirens, Speaker and equipment that are available from Starway. We are always happy to answer your questions and help you select the products that are best for your needs.