Just buy branded bulbs i.e. Not Chinese imports and they will already be E marked and anti UV.I know zip about headlight bulbs except my nearside one has blown. The handbook says to use 'Anti-UV bulbs so as not to damage the plastic on the headlights'. Even googling 'anti-uv bulbs' doesn't help much but presumably there are other types I should avoid?
Might want to check the legality of fitting HID headlights - unless they are factory with self-leveling and self-cleaning I'm pretty sure that they are not road legal, even if they mimic the style of a traditional H7 halogen.Hello, my Duster is due to arrive Feb and I will be putting in a set of HID bulbs in place of the dipped beam. I've done the same in my last 2 cars and the difference is amazing. I think the Duster dipped beam is H7 so it needs to be H7R HID bulbs (specific for reflector lenses) to stop the light blinding oncoming traffic - I had these in my Megane. The kit comes with ballasts etc to control them and you are talking about around £30 - £40 for the set. They are far better than Xenon replacement bulbs from the likes of Halfords.