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not on your sedan. must have an orange reflector in the front on the side, per US law. coupes have it, which is why BMW can offer clears here on M3 and SP 3er coupe, but not on the Sedan.

do it anyways, no one will notice, not in maryland.
 

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so wen you're buying sedan clears you're actually buying like euro clears
 

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CynicalWry said:
i want them to be white when i turn on my parking lights, so my angel eyes will match :)
I have this setup---white corner lights, which will match my headlights and my soon-to-be-installed angel eyes. If MD is like CT (and some other states) the white corners are legal, but you're also supposed to have an amber reflector (not just a bulb), which is not part of the Euro clear corners. Anyway, the setup does look great (IMHO) and it doesn't seem like the amber reflector law is enforced at all.
 

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simsima325 said:
not on your sedan. must have an orange reflector in the front on the side, per US law. coupes have it, which is why BMW can offer clears here on M3 and SP 3er coupe, but not on the Sedan.
right, but bmw got around that issue, sort of. my clears that came from the dealer also came with orange reflectors with double sided tape to put on the sides of the front bumper making the setup legal. but of course I didn't use them.
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Like anybody ever does :eeps: :D
 
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