The Spotlight Company stated that for most driving situations, the spotlight beam mode is ideal because powerful spotlights can extend and illuminate long distances on the road. If you are driving a car on a well-proportioned road, there is no need to worry about obstacles on the roadside, then a spotlight may be a good choice.
In contrast, floodlights are not the best choice for normal driving situations because they do not reach enough distance; however, there are still some scenes where the floodlights are optimal.
When driving in rough terrain with rough terrain, you will not be able to drive at very high speeds because of the increased likelihood of danger, such as rock. In this case, wider lighting becomes more valuable. In some work environments, floodlights are also preferred, which is a better choice when choosing floodlights to provide you with a wide range of light cleaning.
Finally, the combination light bar is a lamp with a floodlight and a spotlight bulb for any type of situation. This versatility makes the combination of light strips the most popular choice for most people today.
If you plan to use the lights for road driving and off-road driving, or if you plan to use the lights on your vehicle as work lights, then choosing a combination light strip is worth considering because it will help you deal with almost any situation, even if in the evening. It can be used as a beacon, locator and tracking car emergency tool.
This type of luminaire is available in a rugged, compact package for superior performance. The autoAssist COB (in-chip) floodlight measures only 6.8" x 5" x 1.9" (17.3cm x 12.7cm x 4.8cm), but it can fully illuminate the garage-sized work area, with clean white light that can help You work efficiently in harsh environments.