It will eventually, but it would be years in comparison to conventional lighting apparatus, really. Manufacturers of conventional lighting fixtures and fittings and the lamps and bulbs that these need to be fitted to have quickly caught on. Otherwise, how were they to stay in business. They have some innovations of their own but still, it can never come anywhere close to led lamps. Their lights will always go out. Not the LED lights, the old fashioned glass bulbs. And these days, plastic coated bulbs can melt or burst if the electrical connection is dangerously overloaded and in need of an overhaul. How many of these bulbs will go out while the one single LED lamp stays on?
No, LED never goes out. Guys with fancy trucks have always loved to have fluorescent head lights on the front. Not so much to see clearly ahead but more to attract attention and do a little showing off while cruising down the main road. You have to wonder if that’s wise. Nevertheless, these chaps can do all the cruising they like, always see clearly ahead of them, never at risk of an accident just as long as they’re sticking to the speed limits, buckled up and never taking their eyes off of the road, fidgeting with their mobiles and such. All because their trucks’ been fully equipped with LED lights, the lights that stay on and never go out.
Works good on the cars’ batteries as well. As powerful as the LED lighting is, it is never a drain on the car’s battery. How about that for starters? Take your truck in for a service and talk to your auto guy about fitting your truck with those LED lamps. That’s to say you haven’t got them yet.