NARVA Light Boosts Night Driving Safety

NARVA Light Boosts Night Driving Safety

A new performance globe that produces up to 120% more light on the road than a conventional halogen bulb is set to make night-time driving even safer.

The new PLUS120 from NARVA, which is a first for this market, is claimed to dramatically improve driver vision at night by producing a beam that is up to 40 metres longer than the beam delivered by headlights on the average car.

The dramatic increase in light output has been achieved as a result of major technological advances and with no increase in power consumption or heat, the new globes remain suitable for use with polycarbonate headlamps fitted to many modern vehicles.

The new PLUS120 is now the flagship model in the performance globe range that was recently upgraded by NARVA. Like the other globes in the NARVA range, they are fully ADR approved and street legal, making them among the most powerful available to the everyday driver.

Bruce Walker, Sales Manager for NARVA New Zealand, says the easiest way to improve night-time safety on the road is to upgrade the globes, or bulbs as they are also known, in the headlights. It’s a simple task that takes only a few minutes and can make a significant difference to night driving vision.

“It’s not just on high beam that drivers will see a difference with globes from the NARVA Plus range, as the increase in light on the road is even evident on low beam, where the broader spread of light picks up objects either side of the main field of vision and makes it easier to read roadside signs,” he says.

“High performance globes like the new PLUS120 illuminate objects more clearly at a distance, both in low and high beam, giving the driver more time to react. Improved clarity also reduces eye strain and fatigue that can be an issue with night-time driving.”

The NARVA PLUS120 globes are available in popular H1, H4 and H7 configuration and are packed in protective single or double visual blister packaging, with an easy opening rear panel to avoid damage through handling.

NARVA PLUS120 globes are now available from leading automotive outlets throughout New Zealand at prices starting from $85 a pair.

A new performance globe that produces up to 120% more light on the road than a conventional halogen bulb is set to make night-time driving even safer.

The new PLUS120 from NARVA, which is a first for this market, is claimed to dramatically improve driver vision at night by producing a beam that is up to 40 metres longer than the beam delivered by headlights on the average car.

The dramatic increase in light output has been achieved as a result of major technological advances and with no increase in power consumption or heat, the new globes remain suitable for use with polycarbonate headlamps fitted to many modern vehicles.

The new PLUS120 is now the flagship model in the performance globe range that was recently upgraded by NARVA. Like the other globes in the NARVA range, they are fully ADR approved and street legal, making them among the most powerful available to the everyday driver.

Bruce Walker, Sales Manager for NARVA New Zealand, says the easiest way to improve night-time safety on the road is to upgrade the globes, or bulbs as they are also known, in the headlights. It’s a simple task that takes only a few minutes and can make a significant difference to night driving vision.

“It’s not just on high beam that drivers will see a difference with globes from the NARVA Plus range, as the increase in light on the road is even evident on low beam, where the broader spread of light picks up objects either side of the main field of vision and makes it easier to read roadside signs,” he says.

“High performance globes like the new PLUS120 illuminate objects more clearly at a distance, both in low and high beam, giving the driver more time to react. Improved clarity also reduces eye strain and fatigue that can be an issue with night-time driving.”

The NARVA PLUS120 globes are available in popular H1, H4 and H7 configuration and are packed in protective single or double visual blister packaging, with an easy opening rear panel to avoid damage through handling.

NARVA PLUS120 globes are now available from leading automotive outlets throughout New Zealand at prices starting from $85 a pair.

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