If your tail lights are broken or not illuminating, don't take your car to the mechanic! For a straightforward light or fuse replacement, you can fix your tail lights yourself for a fraction of the price. You can be cited by a traffic officer if your car tail lights are not illuminating or broken, so don't waste any time. Read on to learn how to fix your car tail lights.
Many of the latest high-end luxury cars have tail lights with what appear to be neon tubes. Instead of individual bulbs, these lights have unique bands that emit a neon-like glow. However, these lights have no neon gas, but instead owe their appearance to optical fibers, which can be made of thin strands of glass or plastic. A source of light, usually LED bulbs, is located at the end of the fiber and the light is emitted along the entire length.