This is a very common question. But, there’s a misconception behind it. The misconception is that LED bulbs are not designed to be used in reflector light housings. The question assumes thatALL LED bulbs will produce some level of glare. A lot of LED bulbs are not custom designed for this type of use, but there are many which are custom designed to work wonderfully with the reflector patterns of housing units.
So, the answer you’re looking for is, LED bulbs which weren’t designed to be used in reflector light housings will create a lot of glare.
On the other hand, LED bulbs that were custom designed to work great inside your reflector housing units will have little to no glare.
Now, let’s look into the two reasons you might have glare.
We hope that helped you choose your next set of bulbs for your vehicle.
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