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Mobile Brake Light Replacement at Home or Office

Do you need mobile brake light replacement at home or office Dead brake lights create a dangerous situation for drivers. They can also create legal trouble as well. For these reasons, you will need brake light replacement. Whether you work at home or at an office, we will come to you. We're mobile. Contact us for brake light replacement auto repair estimates, and we'll send over a brake light replacement mobile mechanic.

What is a Brake Light Replacement Service?

Mobile brake light replacement involves a mechanic coming to your location and replacing your dead brake lights with fresh bulbs. The mechanic can also run a diagnostic to see if your lack of brake lights has a cause other than dead bulbs. Sometimes, a blown fuse or other electrical problem can cause brake light issues.

How is a Brake Light Replacement Done?

A mechanic will arrive at your location and inspect your current brake bulbs, wiring, and the bulb sockets. As stated, not all brake light issues have to do with the bulbs. If the mechanic finds no other issues, he or she will replace the bulb and check your lights.


Try to maneuver your car into a position that allows for easy access to the tail lights. If you call after dark, it's also helpful if the vehicle sits in a well-lit area. The mechanic can deal with any configuration, but it can make a fast process even quicker if you already have your vehicle in a nice space with room to move around.

Symptoms that indicate you need a Brake Light Replacement

One of the most obvious signs of brake lights not working is not seeing any indication of them lighting.

In some cases, another motorist or pedestrian will alert you to the fact your brake lights aren't working. Some model vehicles have a light indicator on the dash they may turn on if any of your tail or headlights are having an issue.


Your brake lights are an indicator to others around you that you're slowing down or stopping. Without them, other motorists will have no idea what you're about to do.

This can lead to a rear collision. In addition, it's illegal to have non-working brake lights. In fact, many people only discover their brake lights are out when a police officer pulls them over for it.

Average Cost

The cost of swapping out one or both brake lights can vary widely. You can come across a wide range of prices, from $20 to $150. It will depend on your make and model and where you go to have the work done.

Can I do it myself?

You can swap out a brake light bulb yourself. You'll have to make sure you purchase the right type of bulb, and you have to know how to get to the bulb's socket. How you do this can vary from car to car. It's not always easy to do, and the convenience of a mobile service means you don't have to do it yourself.

Can I drive without Doing Brake Light Replacement?

You can drive the car without brake lights, but it's incredibly dangerous to do so, as well as illegal. If you have places to go and things to do, have a mobile brake light replacement mechanic come to your home or office