Types of Emergency Lights for Vehicles
We offer a variety of different types of emergency vehicle lights, including:
LED emergency light bars are one of the most popular options for emergency vehicles. They are highly visible and offer a wide range of features, making them ideal for a variety of applications.
Mini light bars are a great option for those who want the benefits of an LED light bar, but in a smaller package. These products are perfect for smaller vehicles or for those who want a more discreet look.
Visor Light Bars
Installing a visor light bar on your vehicle is a great way to increase visibility without compromising on space. Designed to be installed on the interior of your windshield, light bars are popular choices for police vehicles, tow trucks, and other emergency response vehicles. We offer both hardwired and plug-n-play visor bars to suit your needs and installation preferences.
These lights are designed to be installed on the dashboard of your vehicle. They are a great option for those who need emergency lighting without taking up too much space.
Surface Mounts & Grille Lights
Surface mount lights are designed to be mounted on the exterior of your vehicle and are a great way to add emergency lighting that is highly visible on the road.
As a type of surface mount, grille lights are typically installed in the front grille of a vehicle and provide excellent visibility for both first responders and other drivers.
Hide-away lights are a great option for those who want emergency lighting on their vehicle but do not want them to be visible when not in use. These lights can be hidden behind the grille or bumper and activated when needed as inconspicuous LED warning lights.
Beacons are a type of rotating light that are designed to be highly visible in all directions. These lights are often used on top of vehicles and can be used as either primary or secondary warning lights.
These versatile lights can be mounted on the exterior or interior of a car, making these LED light bars perfect for a variety of applications.
Vehicle Warning Lights for Every Application
No matter what type of emergency vehicle you have, we have the right LED emergency vehicle lights for your application. We offer a wide range of products that are designed to meet the needs of any situation, including:
We offer a variety of different LED police lights, police light bars, and other products that are designed to meet the needs of any law enforcement application.
The right fire truck lights are essential for firefighters. These products are designed to provide maximum visibility for both the truck and the firefighters inside.
Ambulances & EMS Vehicles
Emergency medical services teams need to be able to respond quickly and efficiently to every call. Our selection of ambulance lights and other products are designed to help you do just that.
Tow Trucks & Roadside Assistance Vehicles
Tow truck drivers and roadside assistance professionals need to be able to see and be seen at all times. Our selection of tow truck light bars and other products are designed to help you do just that.
Whether you’re working on a construction site or directing traffic, the right LED lights can make all the difference. We offer a selection of construction vehicle lights that are designed to meet the needs of any job site.
Vehicle emergency lights are crucial for utility workers who need to maintain visibility on the road day and night. Equipping your utility truck with high quality lights will keep workers safe while on the job.
How Emergency Vehicle Lighting Equipment from Ultra Bright Lightz Can Enhance Safety
LED warning lights are an important safety feature for first responders and drivers alike. The bright, flashing lights allow emergency personnel to quickly and easily identify a vehicle as being part of an emergency response team. This helps reduce the amount of confusion and chaos that can occur during a large-scale emergency.
With emergency flashing lights for vehicles, first responders can significantly increase their visibility on the road. This is especially important when responding to an emergency call at night or in inclement weather conditions.
Improved Driver Safety
Not only do emergency warning lights help first responders, but they also help improve the safety of other drivers on the road. The bright lights help to make vehicles more visible, which can help to avoid accidents.
How to Choose Emergency Flashing Lights for Your Vehicle
When choosing emergency warning lights, it’s important to consider the specific needs of your application as well as the options available to you.
Choose the Right Color
One of the most important considerations when choosing vehicle lights is the color of the light. Some colors are restricted to certain emergency responders, so you should be careful to purchase, install, and use the appropriate colors.
We offer lights that can flash in a variety of colors, including:
Choose the Right Flash Pattern
The flash pattern is the sequence in which the lights will flash. Many of our products have pre-programmed patterns available.
Some of the most popular flash patterns include:
Consider Your Mounting Options
Another important consideration is how you will mount the lights on your vehicle. Some of our products can be surface-mounted, while others must be recessed into the vehicle body.
You should also consider whether you want to permanently or temporarily mount the light. Permanent mounts are typically more secure, but they may require professional installation. Temporary mounts are typically easier to install, and they offer added flexibility, making it easier to disconnect them for use in other vehicles as needed.
Browse Our Full Selection of Emergency Vehicle Lights at Ultra Bright Lightz
At Ultra Bright Lightz, we offer a wide range of different emergency vehicle lighting equipment for sale that are designed to meet the needs of any situation.
We understand that each application is unique and requires its own specific type of lighting, which is why we offer such a diverse selection of products, from strobe lights and light bars to various mounting brackets and sirens.