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Okay… it’s no secret… we love LED lights. So it’s no surprise that we jumped at the chance to experience the exciting combination of LEDs and something else we love: speed.

We were in the Desert SW after flying into LAX from Sydney, when we got a note from Steve, the owner of our favorite LED supplier, M4 Products, inviting us to check out his brand new facility. Besides relishing the opportunity for a sneak peak at some of the new bulbs he’s developing, we wanted to see Steve’s new digs. We have mad respect for him, and we’re happy to see his business doing well. He has a sterling reputation among RVers and his success is well deserved.

We also consider Steve a friend, and were excited to be invited to join him at one of his other hobbies: Off Roading. We followed him out to the El Mirage Dry Lake Off-Highway Recreation Area out in the Southern California desert. Behind his motorhome, he towed a large enclosed trailer, which we imagined was filled with cool, fast (and well-lit) toys. We were not disappointed.

We were joined by Steve’s friend Chris, also driving a motorhome towing a large trailer. By the time they unloaded everything, there were more than enough toys to keep us motorheads entertained. Engines, wheels, desert and dry lake bed equal speed… which equals fun!

Of course Steve & Chris’s gear is tricked out with beautiful M4 LEDs, so we blasted around the desert well into the night. The light output was amazing. Since we don’t own any ATV/OHV equipment, we really appreciated getting the opportunity to get out there. We also had fun chasing the motorcycles, quads and side-by-sides around with our drone. Hope you like the footage. :)

Thanks to Steve for treating us to such a great time. And thanks as well for providing a discount to our viewers on your beautiful LED lights. Whether for an RV, an off-road vehicle, a trailer or other gear, they’re awesome.

M4 Products Coupon Code: RVGEEKS5 gets you a 5% discount on M4 LEDs at

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