Safety should always be a top concern for any RVer, so consider replacing headlights as a DIY project to tackle. We did this in our Chevy-based Roadtrek 190 Popular 4X4 and it was quite easy.
Note that I am talking about replacing headlights, not upgrading the wattage or type of bulbs. Some people prefer LEDs and there are ways to upgrade almost any vehicle to those now. But I just wanted to have the stock headlights perform better. For some time, the lack of light when driving in the dark has frustrated me. Some of that was due to scratches I think the van received before the previous owner put the Rhinoguard on. The composite headlamps are also a constant topic of conversation among Roadtrek and Chevy owners. Apparently, their plastic lens covers become cloudy over time from normal weather and road exposure.
In our case, the light from the bulbs just wasn’t able to penetrate the scratches and cloudiness enough to perform as they should. I found a replacement set on Amazon for a reasonable price. Removal of the original equipment and replacing headlights with the aftermarket brand involved very little work. Two clips and two 10mm bolts hold the units in place. Other than that, I just unplugged the old bulbs from their wiring harnesses and plugged in the new ones.