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PIAA Corporation was established in 1963 and manufacture world-class aftermarket auto, truck and PIAA off raod lighting products that carries pride and confidence. PIAA carries only the latest technology in PIAA offraod LED lighting and auto lighting to make night and bad weather driving as safe as possible. For everything from PIAA replacement lenses to lamp covers, Piaa Lighting brackets, Piaa light guards, Piaa lighting fixtures, Piaa LED light bars and more. We carry all your LED lighting and accessories to meet all your truck, jeep or SUV's needs.
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PIAA Corporation was established in 1963 with the commitment to manufacture world class driving lights that our customers could use with pride and confidence. Today, PIAA has combined the latest technology to make night, harsh weather, and off-roading as safe as possible. We carry all kinds of PIAA off road LED lighting products like LED Light Bars, LED Light Cubes, and LED Bulbs and more. Today PIAA is leading the way with new developments in our PIAA offraod LED lighting reflector facing LED technology, as well as continual advancements in halogen headlight bulbs and fog light bulbs and accessories. Warranty PIAA Corporation, USA (“PIAA”) warrants our lamp kits (except bulbs) to be free from defects in workmanship and materials under normal use for as long as the original purchaser owns them. PIAA warrants all HALOGEN BULBS for a period of 1 year, all LED bulbs for a period of 2 years, and all H.I.D. bulbs and ballasts for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase. EXCLUSIONS This Limited Warranty specifically excludes defects resulting from misuse, abuse, neglect, alteration, modification, improper installation, unauthorized repairs, submersion, theft, vehicle crash or any other type of impact. Except for the Limited Warranty stated above, there are no warranties of PIAA products or any part thereof, whether express or implied. Any implied warranty of merchantability or any warranty of fitness for a particular purpose is expressly disclaimed. Some states do not permit the disclaimer of implied warranties.