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Clering your corners

Does anyone know if it is legal to clear your corners or not?

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It is fine to have your lights cleared but some places are strick on the color of the buld. Some want you to have amber bulbs, I have Hyperwhite bulds that shine with a little bit of a blue tint. Have not been told I cant have those yet. I believe it depends where you live and how strick the police are around there. Hope this helps you out.
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<< Does anyone know if it is legal to clear your corners or not? >>


No, it is not legal!!! If you are caught with cleared corners, you will be arrested, beaten, and thrown in a very small cell with a big guy named Cookie......not to mention the fact that you'll become someone's bitch!!!
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your front blinker must be amber and your back must be amber or red in ALL states of the USA. (you can clear your corners but put in a different color bulb)
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Call your local police department or department of transportation. It varies from state to state.
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Mokushi is correct. It's a state law that enforces that
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It's NOT illegal in ALL states....Ohio law says that any light on the front of the vehicle must be amber or white, and turn signals must be visible from at least 300 feet. There is NO requirement that the turnsignal must be amber.....white is fine here...[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-tongue.gif[/IMG]
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Same here in AZ, white or amber in front is fine

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Well, if you guys haven't noticed, there are a ton of cars on the road that have cleared lights straight from the factory. In fact, my sister's 2000 civic basically has cleared lights. You can just see a little orange reflector on the inside of the light, not on the outside, and the amber bulb. Point being, you don't need the orange reflector there, but you do need the bulb so it blinks the right color when used.
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I think the real question is whether or not a cop is going to screw with you even more once they already have you pulled over... If it's illegal or not, a cop who gets miffed at you can write you a fix it ticket and let YOU sort out the details of it later in court... I don't think you're likely to get pulled over JUST for having cleared corners. Of course, any kind of mod you make that affects the outside appearance or sound of your car (yeah, I know that covers alot of stuff) makes you more likely to get pulled over anyway, because it draws attention to your car. Oh well!
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