Spot lights are installed on a vehicle in order to allow a concentrated beam of light to be directed at a specific area. These spot lights can be mounted to the vehicle or it can be completely handheld and used like a powerful flashlight. You will often see spot lights on police cars near the window because they use them to locate suspects at night. Most vehicle mounted spot lights can be controlled with a small handle that protrudes into the vehicle or hangs near the window, but some newer spotlights that are located in different parts of the vehicle may be controlled electrically from inside the vehicle. Vehicle mounted spotlights will have wiring that needs to be run though the vehicles panels to a power source in order for the light to illuminate. Spotlights are also commonly found on off road vehicles because it allows the driver to spot out a path further ahead on the trail before actually driving to it. These off road spot lights are usually attached to a rack that is located on the roof.
It is also a good idea to keep a mobile spotlight inside the vehicle in case any emergencies arise. Being able to shine a high powered spotlight on a broken component will make fixing it while on the side of the road a much easier and faster process. The main difference between a flash light and a spot light is the light output and size of the light. Spot lights are more designed to create a strong beam of light that can reach out hundreds of feet while a flash light is usually only able to illuminate objects that are nearby.
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