RV LED Interior Lights: A Simple Fix for Dim Corners

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RV manufacturers always try to anticipate the needs of their customers while on the road. What’s needed from some people, though, maybe not be necessary for others. While most RVs have adequate lighting installed for almost every general task, sometimes things come up that require more concentrated lighting, even on a temporary basis. That’s where these types of RV LED interior lights can come in handy.

Dedicated lights installed for only one purpose should be simple to install as well as very useful for the task at hand. If the interior of your rig is dark at night, motion activated RV LED lights are a better solution than turning on the blaring ceiling light in the middle of the night or risk bumping a toe when having to use the bathroom.

In this video, we’ll walk you through the simple install of RV LED interior lights that are mountable and motion sensitive, only come on when you walk in front of them or near them and turn off automatically. These RV LED interior lights are ideal for placing in bedrooms near the bathroom doorway, and in fact that’s where this light is installed in the video. You’ll learn the best spot on the wall to install the light plate, as well as reasons why other sites don’t work as well. These RV LED interior lights are simple to move, since they slide into a mounting plate and have magnets mounted on the back of each unit. They’re double duty lights, as you can slip them out and use the magnets to hang them outdoors on any steel surface. Bring them back into the RV and have the necessary light needed for the middle of the night.

If you’re into LED lighting and are looking to upgrade other areas of your RV, check out our information on RV LED replacement bulbs.