Tried LED taillights on my trailer and found that since they create no heat that in the winter the snow doesn't melt off of them. Normal bulbs create just enough heat that they usually remain a little visible even in a blizzard. This same fact was discovered by the Counties and State on their plow trucks. So they are slowly going back to normal bulbs.
Even switched to LED traffic signals to "save electricity". Now they had to add heating elements to the LED signals to melt the snow off them. Tell me how running a heating element all winter saves electricity.....
I really don't see switching over to LED bulbs saving enough electricity to make any measurable difference in fuel economy. If they did then the manufactures would already be doing it as they try everything to get mpg's out of vehicles.
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