From the first twin blister packs of automotive bulbs to award winning performance halogens which includes Xenon130 (the first bulb to put up to 130% more light on the road), Ring has constantly innovated to ensure that FPS’ customers are first to market.
Bulbs should be replaced in pairs. If a bulb has failed and it is one of a pair of lights (e.g. headlamps or brake lights), replacing both will give consistent light output between the corresponding lamp units. It will also save on maintenance time. If one bulb has failed, it is likely that the bulb in the other unit will fail shortly afterwards. Checking the headlamp alignment is now also part of the MOT Inspection.
Ring Automotive is a leading European brand in vehicle lighting, selling to over 70 countries worldwide.
Major investments in Ring’s quality procedures have resulted in them being the only UK company to have a fully equipped lighting laboratory on site. This together with compliance on ECE Regulation 37 means FPS’ customers can be confident when selling Ring products.