You can’t fix it if you can’t see it. That old phrase, used for a number of activities, is just as accurate when working on vehicles as with any other activity. If an amateur mechanic can’t see bolts, nuts, wires, etc., he won’t be able to fix whatever is wrong with his vehicle. A good work light can change all that. Work lights range from small, old-fashioned hang-on “trouble lights” with incandescent bulbs in plastic metal cages all the way up to extravagant lights with fluorescent or light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs and light stands. For working on cars, small work lights with bright LEDs bulbs are preferred by many. But for those wanting to light up a bigger space, ultrabright Halogen lights often get the nod.