Your car needs Honda HID Kits for optimal visability at night. Do you feel like your Honda headlights are not clear enough at night? Do your headlights sometimes make you wonder if they are on at all at night time because they are so dim? You are not alone. A lot of times when I get into my Civic hatch, I turn on my headlights, start driving, and wonder if they are on, and try to double check the light switch to see if they are on. I know you have the same problem at times also. A lot of people try and replace the bulb with a stronger one, they try to replace the headlight assembly all together. But without much success in actually giving you a brighter driving light. But guess what? There is finally a solution to this problem, and I can sum it up with three words. Honda xenon have been on the market for a few years now, but they have just started actually being more main stream to the public. HID stands for High Intensity Discharge lighting. Basically HID Kit include the following: Xenon bulbs, Ballasts, and plugs. For Honda lights the Xenon bulb is a gas filled bulb. They are called Xenon because that is the name of the gas that is used inside the bulb. It’s an odorless, colorless gas that responds to electrical current to emit a more whiter light. Honda Xenon Kit generally produce three times more light then the standard halogen bulb. The light that emits also has a longer and wider range. They also use 40% less electrical current. Xenon bulbs need to be installed with a ballast. The reason is the ballast act as a power house to the bulb. It controls the follow of the electrical current to the xenon bulb. Honda vehicles include the Civic, Accord, Prelude, CRX,