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We offer professional installation services for all light bar products either purchased from us or that you already own
What is a light bar?
Light bars offer a wide spread of light. It is in the shape of a bar, hence the name Light Bar.
What are the different types of light bars?
Light bars come in various configurations. They may have double rows of LED’s. Some light bars have different types of LED’s in the one bar, eg, half of the LED’s will provide a wide spread of light where the centre LED’s will provide a more focused beam for longer distance. They also come in a wide variety of sizes and shapes.
What are the reasons for installing a light bar?
Some people prefer the look of a light bar to a round driving light. Your vehicle might not have the space to install a bigger round driving light where a smaller slimmer light bar will fit.
Do you need a wiring harness for a LED light bar?
Yes, it is recommended.
How do you install a light bar wiring harness?
The wiring harness is wired via a relay and an on/off switch.
Do you need a relay for the LED light bar?
Yes, you do need a relay for a light bar.
Where can I mount my LED Light Bar?
Light bars can be legally mounted on the front of your vehicle.
Can I install my LED Light Bar myself?
Yes you can. It is recommended that you have some 12volt knowledge. We recommend that you have your lights professionally installed if you have any doubts in your ability. Please contact us for professional and safe installation
What are the laws about driving with a light bar in Victoria?
From Vicroads: LED light bars are also considered additional headlights and may be fitted to the front of vehicles provided that they are fitted according to certain conditions. Additional headlights are considered to be high beam headlights. They must, therefore, follow the same conditions of use as high beam headlights:
drivers must not use the high beam headlights when driving:
less than 200 metres behind a vehicle travelling in the same direction or,
less than 200 metres from an oncoming vehicle
lights must not be used in a way that they can dazzle other road users (this includes other motor vehicles drivers, bike riders and pedestrians).
What are the laws about driving with a light bar in South Australia?
LED Light Bars and additional headlights may be fitted, provided that they meet the following requirements:
The light or lights must be installed to be forward facing and in a position that does not obscure the driver's view of the road ahead.
The lights should, as far as is possible, be installed symmetrically in pairs of between 2 or 4 lights.
If the lights are not fitted as pairs, they must be fitted symmetrically about the centre line of the vehicle.
The lights may be fitted to the roof of the vehicle.
The light or lights must not be fitted or be used in any way that is likely to dazzle another road user and must be installed in a way that the light produced does not cause the driver of the vehicle discomfort either directly or by reflection.
The light/s must only come on when the main-beam (high beam) headlights are used, and must automatically turn off when the main-beam headlights are turned off.
The driving lights may be fitted with an isolator switch to allow high beam to be switched on without the driving lights also being switched on.
Can you drive with an LED light bar on?
Light bars cannot be used within 200 metres of oncoming vehicles.
Can you use a light bar as headlights?
No, you cannot use a light bar as a replacement for headlights.
No installation is too small or too big, and we are always happy to offer advice
Whether installing in a Mercedes Benz passenger car or a semi-trailer truck, we can help. With over 30 years of experience, we can fit just about anything you can think of!
Tractor / Excavator
Truck / Prime Mover
Having worked in the industry for as long as Rob has, we've seen the technological changes to all vehicles. With the advent of body control modules and can-bus electrical systems, installations can be a tricky process.
It’s as simple as probing the wrong wire and you can set off an airbag or spike a body control module, which can result in a costly repair bill in the $$$ 000's
When you use a professional to install your product, you get piece of mind knowing that your product is installed correctly.
You also get piece of mind knowing that if something was to go wrong that your vehicle is fully protected and covered, as R.P. Pro Sound is fully insured.
We also offer life-time (as long as you own the vehicle) warranty on all installations.