Think about it though.. if the cops in a bad mood. There's not guarantee :shrugs: I'd rather just play it safe. Whenever I see red, it normally means stop (stop light, stop sign, brake lights).. and blue means get the hell out of the way.. (or oh [censored]!, depending on the situation)
I had blue neons on my cars for three years and was never pulled over once. I passed many cops, I even drove around w/blue angel eyes alon w/interior and exterior neons. My car is pretty well known by the cops in my town unfortunately thanks to a stuck up bitc* that lives in my small town. I've also passed numerous state troopers again w/no problem. When I contacted the State Highway Patrol office and local cop stations they said "they're isnt a specific law bc it varies too much from place to place, however as long as the the light is not flashing it would require a much greater violation than just lights in order for an officer to pull you over". I have a neighbor who is a cop, and one of his friends is a state trooper and they said the same thing. I'm in Daytona Beach now and they have a specific law against it, but when asked they said once again "it would require more of a violation than just lights as long as they're not flashing in order to be pulled over". Don't be an idiot about it and you'll be fine.
I'll give it to ya straight they can be any color not showing bulbs. You can have red and blue as long as they are not flashing or strobing and any interior neons has to be below dash level not on rear window or above your head (no bulbs can be seen from the outside).
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