If your aftermarket set of reversing lights isn’t brighter than the factory reverse lights, then it makes no sense to buy them. As such, try to go for LED reversing lights that illuminate in a relatively short but wide pattern as that is usually what you want when looking for superior reversing lights.
Let’s face it, even though we love the Bronco Sport, the reverse lights and the taillights as a whole aren’t the most attractive-looking lights on the market. Moreover, even though increased brightness and a wider illumination angle are indeed beneficial, most people tend to modify their reverse lights just to make them look cooler, and there is nothing wrong with that.
Virtually all developed countries around the world have certain limitations when it comes to what can and can’t be added to a car. When it comes to reverse lights, you can’t make them red as that would both be illegal and would render the reverse lights useless. Always go for white reverse lights as other drivers need to be aware that you are reversing. However, you can use tints on your reverse lights as long as they aren’t too dark.