GM vehicle lighting is available in many types. Some lights, like headlights, taillights, and daytime running lights, come from the factory. All three, including DRLs, indicate your position. Signal lights ("blinkers") and brake lights, though, indicate turning or changing lanes and slowing or stopping, respectively.
Other lighting is actually a function, rather than distinct. A headlight, for example, has both high-beam and low-beam settings. High beams are for extreme dark, while low beams are for everyday driving. Hazard lights, for another example, are basically a mode of your headlamps and tail lighting, indicating to other drivers that there's danger nearby or that you need help. They're also known as "flashers."
Other lights yet, you can option. Fog lights, for one example, are bright, low-glare bulbs that give you better visibility in bad weather. Puddle lights, for another, light up the area below your vehicle's doors. They help you and your passengers avoid rainwater when getting in and out. Specialty lights, however, show off exterior accessories; they can illuminate license plate frames and more.
Whatever kind of car lighting you have, it's probably high-intensity discharge/HID (Xenon), LED, or halogen. What your GM vehicle needs depends on what brand, model and body style it is; consult your owner's manual for more info on that. When to replace a car light bulb, though, depends only on its type. Generally, you should change an HID/a Xenon bulb every few years, an LED bulb if its electronics die or the light itself burns out, and a halogen bulb about every couple years.
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