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As to the question of enforcement of state laws. Generally the idea is to reduce confusion to the motoring public (some of which are not too smart) what is a police, fire, ambulance, undercover car turning on lights consealed under grills or where ever, fire police or official volunteer's private vehicles as they rush into action.
The major thing is our WR lighting canNOT revolve, rotate, flash, oscillate or constant move in some fashion. Here is a sectiion of NYS DMV law
[/S8. The provisions of this subdivision shall not be applicable to the driver of a vehicle from another state or foreign jurisdiction which vehicle has colored lights affixed but not revolving, rotating, flashing, oscillating or constantly moving if the lights on such vehicle comply with the laws of the state or home foreign jurisdiction in which the vehicle is registered.
The other thing is brightness rearward, blinding the following driver. Robert's WR certainly is no flashlight shining in the eyes of the guy behing you.
So riding around with a blue-red-green-amber light always on
could be confusing to some I guess. That is why I plan to connect my up with my brake light. Those of you that go to car shows, flip that switch and it illuminates constantly.
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Last edited by GetAboutRL; 10-08-2006 at 10:18 AM.