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Old 06-07-2004, 02:00 AM   #21
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good points, but still, how am i supposed to accent my metallic green paint job with white or amber lights? any girl that knows stuff about fashion (hehe, car fashion) would know that green and amber/white is just hideous. hehehe, i tried to say that with NO "feminine" qualities, seriously, i like to color coordinate my car
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green lights on a blue plate with white letters, actually makes it more legible than the white light.....errrrr sumthin. hehe (stubborn logic)
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The police dont write the laws, they enforce them, so dont get mad at them if its a stupid law. And with all of the crazy people out there that have pulled people over using different colored lights, too many messed up people.
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They're there for a reason. The roads are public roads, and there must be standards for the amounts of traffic you see on them.
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On my car I moved the light up to the clear part of the corner, which makes it still look stock, but I have blue bulbs with blue caps in the corners now, and I have never had any trouble with getting pulled over for them... I also have blue inner turn signal bulbs in the front to. I haven't have any problems at all.
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Ohio law is that Blue and Red are designated "emergency" colors and are not to be used from the grill up... I forget the site I saw that on but I am pretty sure you are wrong. What county are we talking here??
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