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Tail Light Guards Information

When you’re a tail light, danger lurks on every street corner, in every parking lot. Meant to improve driver safety by making the vehicle more visible in the dark, tail lights are one of the most exposed components on a car. Easily scratched or cracked, they’re also an expensive item to fix. A tail light is a safety feature you shouldn’t be without. A tail light guard can prolong its life. Tail light guards fit snugly over the tail lights. Some are made of chrome and look like little auto grilles. Others are made of plastic and molded to fit a particular make and model of car or truck. They can also be painted to match your car. Most require no drilling for installation. Some light guards boast “European” styling. You can also get light guards that bear the logo of your favorite automaker—for instance, Chevy’s “bow tie,” or the Dodge Ram. However, these guards cover up a good deal of the tail light. Whether you’re interested in purchasing light guards for their protective function or for their appearance, our staff is ready to help you make just the right selection.

Tail Light Guards

Sport vehicles like trucks and SUVs may be built tough, but they have one glaring weak spot: the tail lights. Due to the way these types of autos are designed, the rear signals are necessarily tall and situated at the outer edges of the vehicle. That makes them especially prone to receive damage, even from minor accidents.

When accidents do occur, replacing tail light assemblies can be expensive and time consuming. For many car owners, investing in a little protection is well worth preventing unexpected costs and headaches down the road. Luckily, taillight guards are fairly inexpensive and easy to install.

At you will find plenty of custom designed options for tail light guards from top industry brands like Body Armor, Putco, Smittybilt and Westin, all at extremely competitive prices. Our company takes pride in offering a huge selection of parts, great customer service and fast delivery. And, our 30-day return policy helps us to make sure that you get exactly the part you need.

Use our website's search function to find a specific item by keyword phrase or part number. You can also browse our inventory by product manufacturer or vehicle make/year.

What are tail light guards?

Tail light guards (or, alternately, taillight guards) are pretty much exactly what they sound like: metallic or sturdy plastic grilles that are installed to provide protection for rear end signal lights. These devices are specifically meant for pickup trucks, Jeeps and sport utility vehicles whose tail lights tend to be tall, narrow and at the absolute outer corner of the vehicle, where they are especially prone to damage.

How much to tail light guards cost?

Tail light guards are designed to be installed on specific vehicle types, so the cost of a pair of new taillight guards will depend on the make, model and year of your vehicle.

A perfectly custom fit not only looks better, it provides exactly the protection your specific car needs to prevent breakage. Most of the tail light guards on cost somewhere in the price range of $30 and $130.

Why do people get tail light guards?

Because of the way sport utility and similar vehicles are designed, the tail lights tend to be positioned in an extremely place: on the outer corners of the rear of the vehicle. Additionally, they tend to be especially tall, meaning more potential surface area exposed to potential damage. While this is especially true for anyone who does even a little off-road trekking, a perfectly aimed shopping cart can also do the trick. Even minor cracking to the outer shell can lead to moisture buildup within the casing, which can easily cause an electrical short.

Driving without functional tail lights isn't just illegal, it can pose serious hazards to you and to other drivers on the road. Installing a guard can help you to make sure that your vehicle stays road safe (and won't land you a ticket).

Will installation require damaging the vehicle's exterior?

Most taillight guards are designed to be bolted directly onto the mounting points used for the tail signals themselves. That means easy installation and no extra drilling in your vehicle's exterior.

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1990 Jeep Wrangler Tail Light Guards

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Reviewer: Jerry Kester

Purchased 2 sets, one for my wife's Jeep Wrangler and one for granddaughter. Fit perfect and wow about the service and shipping. Received it the next day. Great service and product.

2015 Jeep Wrangler Tail Light Guards

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Reviewer: Tail Light Guards

Took maybe 20 minutes to install taking my time, instantly made the Jeep look better.

2012 Jeep Wrangler Tail Light Guards

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Have purchased similar products and the quality here is great and matches the factory 140.00 models. Highly encouraged to purchase from here so you get high quality and a decent price.

2016 Jeep Wrangler Tail Light Guards