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Used Vauxhall Fog Lamp Blanking Plates

All used Vauxhall Fog Lamp Blanking Plates listed on are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Vauxhall from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Fog Lamp Blanking Plates

The Vauxhall fog lamp blanking plate is situated on the front of the vehicle and is attached to the chassis under the bumper. The purpose of a Vauxhall fog lamp blanking plate is to neatly cover the empty space on a vehicle where a fog light would have been installed. Vauxhall fog lamp blanking plates are made of a plastic material and come in a variety of colours and finishes to compliment a range of vehicles, though the most commonly used colours are grey or black which are installed by vehicle manufacturers as standard. Some people find that these do not suit the cosmetic appearance of their vehicle and so may install one in a similar colour to their vehicle. Alternatively, it’s also possible to install fog lights in the place of blanking plates, but this is often at large cost to the vehicle owner.

Some Vauxhall fog lamp blanking plates can be latticed, which can cover up an existing fog light rather than removing it. This has the added benefit of being able to use the lamp, whilst also hiding its appearance. However, this grille makes it more difficult to clean the fog light underneath.

Vauxhall trivia

  • The colour yellow that Vauxhall uses on its cars is named 'Maddox Yellow,' after pensioner Richard Maddox had his Corsa vandalised. Residents of the small village of Arlington where Maddox lived thought the car and the colour were ugly!
  • The Lotus Elise might seem like a far way away from the average Vauxhall, but they do have some matching parts. Alright, so it's nothing engine wise, but the Corsa does have the same indicator and wiper stalks that can be found on the Series 2 Lotus Elise.
  • Not only did Vauxhall produce the first sports car in the world, but it was also the first company to produce a car that could go 100mph!
  • Vauxhall has been manufacturing cars continuously in Britain since 1903, making it the oldest car brand to survive in the UK.
  • The Vauxhall Vectra was the last car they ever produced in Luton, and it went on to become one of their most poorly reviewed vehicles. Top Gear even put the '95 Vectra on their list of the worst cars of the last 20 years (Clarkson wouldn't even drive it!).