So now we have new neighbors across the street. The once charming brick 3 bed room ranch now looks like a daycare center/petting zoo. Procreation seemingly their #1 priority, wave after eternal wave of small children and dogs now litter the street, leaving behind them a wake of toys and other debris. As you know, Westfalias are difficult enough to back up without having to worry about damaging your tires (tyres) on toys and toddlers, so I had to improve my night vision while backing out. If you've ever considered adding back-up lights but weren't sure if you would like the look of them, this is your chance to see a pair installed. I chose from the Burners brand platinum series. These chrome lights have the classic vintage look with modern halogen power that slices through the dark like a Ginsu knife. Their traditional rounded shape juxtaposes politely against the fine curved lines of an old VW. I turned onto a dark desolate country road recently. My rear view mirrors showed nothing but blackness. After about 1 kilometer I switched on my new lights and they illuminated the lines on the road all the way back to the stop sign where I turned on, which was a clear red dot in my mirror. I then switched them back off with an exquisite sense of smug satisfaction. Theses lights also have swivel bases, so they can be directed to light up a camping area in case you arrive late and find yourself setting up in the dark. In sum, I just love these lil buggers. Luckily, they came with the same type of switch as my front lights from The Bus Depot. Both switches installed easily through my air conditioner duct. Installation Tip- Tempting though it may be to wire these into your cigarette lighter's power supply, don't. It can't take it. You will have to wire them to the battery, so buy an extra roll of wire and a pack of splicers.