These LEDs get really hot. Hot enough to burn you just like the halogens. So I would not worry about not melting snow.
Also, those that live in snow always scrape the ice and snow off their headlights and fogs instead of waiting for their bulbs to melt it.
i guess you have never driven through a snowstorm
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For low beams...these are a no brainer. (if you are still on halogens)
For high beams...maybe (depending how often you really use highs).
For fogs...I might hesistate. Primarily because depending on where you live, fog lights will get covered with snow/ice and with halogens, it'll melt it off.
Reason why I even bring this up is because on my last car (that was also lowered), the fogs were halogens and during a crazy snow storm they were clear/working at night, whereas my HID lows were completely caked in ice dramatically reducing light output.
This is not the car I will take in the snow.
I just wanted to make sure these will fit all three applications before I order a set of three
2001 Toyota Landcruiser
2012 Lexus CT 2000h Sport - fully loaded.
2007 LS 460 - The crazy person who lives at my house ride..aka wife.