Save HUNDREDS in Fines: The Right ECCO Light for the Job

Hey there. Welcome back. Today, we’re diving deep into ECCO’s line of hazardous lights. If you’re all about being seen on the job site, then this is the video you absolutely cannot miss.

Buckle up, because we’re about to shed light on everything you need to know about these essential truck accessories. I’m your host, Grant. And let’s get into it.

We’re starting off with the ECCO’s array of light bars. We’ve got everything from massive 91-inch beasts all the way down to center console, size Ten-inch wonders.

Light bars are the favourite in the industry due to their sturdy construction and bright lights.

So next up, the ever-reliable beacon light. These lights are the next generation

of your classic warning lights. And ECCOs got a variety that will have you flashing in style

with different flash patterns built into the colour options available. These beacon lights scream, look at me safely.

Now let’s talk about the little guys with big impact directional warning lights. These are like the sidekicks of the hazard light world. Mount them on the side of your truck and they’ll make sure people know you mean business. These are commonly seen on the back of trucks, so the traffic coming upon them from behind can identify a hazardous situation and move over.

From reds to blues and attention-grabbing ambers, You’ve got choices, which colour suits your ride? Chances are it’s amber, But in case it’s not. Let’s get into the details. So red and blue lights are reserved for emergency vehicles. Police, fire and ambulances. They don’t belong in other vehicles, including yours. And then we’ve got white lights. You’ll find them teaming up with red for emergency vehicles, but you’ll also find them used in other applications, such as school buses, giving them an A-plus in safety.

Amber lights are the rock stars of the trucking industry. Tow trucks, construction crews and even police vehicles engaging in traffic control operations will be flashing their ambers and green. Well, it’s the symbol of the volunteer paramedics and the first responders lighting their way to the station for a job. But don’t hit the gas pedal without checking into the rulebook, folks. Laws vary by region, so make sure your lights are legal in your region.

Now that we’ve got your light and colour combo locked down, it’s time for class. Lights come in three different classes. Class one lights are the lights of emergency response shining at least four times brighter than class two. They’re a signal that says something serious is going down. Class two lights are more like your reliable workhorse, used on maintenance and service rides, and they will pack a punch at 2.5 times brighter than class three. And last but not least, Class three lights might not hit the highway, but they’re crucial for vehicles like forklifts. They need to make their presence known.

So, again, these rules vary by region. So check your local laws to see what light you should be mounting to your truck before you ride off into the sunset with your new hazard lights.

There is one last decision you need to make. Temporary mount or permanent

Mount. Suction cups for that I might change my mind flexibility or bolts for that  It’s there for life commitment, the choice is yours.

So you have it, Hazard Light Guide that’ll make your truck shine like a supernova. If you’re still trying to decide which is right. Don’t hesitate to give us a call, our friendly team is ready to steer you towards the right light for your rig. Until next time, stay safe out there, and as always, keep it rubber side down.