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It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to. Our mechanics are mobile, which means they don't have the overhead that repair shops have. They provide you convenience by coming to your home or office.
|Cars||Estimate||Parts Cost||Labor Cost||Savings||Average Dealer Price|
|2013 Dodge Avenger||$79||$8.69||$70.00||32%||$116.19|
|2005 GMC Envoy XL||$79||$8.69||$70.00||32%||$116.19|
|2010 Kia Forte Koup||$79||$8.69||$70.00||32%||$116.19|
|2008 Mercedes-Benz E550||$79||$8.99||$70.00||32%||$116.49|
|2007 Mercedes-Benz R500||$79||$8.99||$70.00||32%||$116.49|
|2003 Jaguar X-Type||$79||$8.99||$70.00||32%||$116.49|
These are the light bulbs that illuminate your car’s front and rear license plates. Some cars have one per plate; others have two.
Traditionally, they have been incandescent; i.e., lit by heating the filament. These bulbs are inexpensive and provide good clean light. However, they die quickly and are highly inefficient, losing up to 90 percent of their power as heat.
Some studies suggest that LEDs, or light emitting diodes, provide drivers with safer night time illumination. An LED is a form of transistor that emits light when current is applied. LEDs are very insensitive to vibrations, have a long life, light up much quicker than incandescent bulbs, are extremely compact, run cool, and provide more light per supplied watt than incandescent light bulbs. Plus, they are high efficient. However, LEDs are more expensive.
License plate lights are essential. Most states have a law requiring that every vehicle must be equipped with a rear lighting system, including rear lamps, rear reflectors, stop lamps, and license plate lights.