DW and I have been expanding our camping trips from just the summer months. We now have seemed to take a winter trip to a warmer spot for an extended weekend for the last few years, most recently Joshua Tree National Park. With winter travel shorter periods of daylight are prevalent, which increases the chance of pulling into camp at dark or returning home in the dark. The darkness exacerbates issues backing the pup in any situation much less positioning into a camping spot you will be stuck with for the next few days. So, I set out to install some dock lighting which will assist in getting into the spots you prefer and hopefully keeping you out of a spot you would rather not find yourself in. These were my solution: These are simple LED driving lights I found at Walmart. $24.00 with wiring harness. I chose a location close to the tires which would allow me to put them exactly where I could see the ground directly under them. If needed, you could toss a glow stick out and place it exactly where the wheels should be positioned. I opted to use a switch location on the battery box. It is weather tight and wired directly to the batteries. A remote switch could be fashioned from the tow vehicle but I figure you have to get out to survey the site anyway. I've used them on this last trip upon returning home. They worked as expected but it is apparent to me that I need more up front. So I plan to add at least two more forward of the axles being mindful of washing out your mirror view by back lighting. For info, this type of lighting should be indirect thus preventing that condition. Happy Campin'