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Bumper light is another term that is unfortunately far too vague. A car may have parking lights, side marker lights, or fog lights mounted to the front bumper, but being in that location won't magically turn all of those lights into "bumper lights". On the rear of a car, one may have reverse lights, tail lights, or license plate lights mounted to the bumper, but those aren't "bumper lights" either. It is perfectly fine to say that a light is "bumper-mounted", but calling a light a "bumper light" is a bit too obscure.
Corner light is definitely a real tangible object. It is mounted on the front of the vehicle, in the corner of the front fender, hence the name. It is located right next to the headlight, and on newer vehicles it is often integrated into it. Corner lights most often have yellow, amber, or orange reflectors built into them, though it is possible to have white or clear corner lights with yellow bulbs as well.
Parking lights are another light on the front of a vehicle. They can be mounted in the front bumper, the grille, or to the body itself. Sometimes parking lights flash when you flick the turn signal switch on the steering column, sometimes they light up with the headlights, and sometimes they do both. Their function entirely depends on the vehicle itself.
Side marker lights serve a very similar function to the parking lights, but they are mounted on the side of the vehicle. They are located in front of the front wheel, or behind the rear wheel on the side of the body. Side marker lights may be attached to a bumper, fender, or rear quarter panel depending on the type of vehicle. They sometimes illuminate with the headlights, sometimes blink with the directional, and sometimes they do both.