The have to light up/blink amber. That can mean they are amber and you get an egg yolk look during the day, or you get stealth bulbs that appear chrome until they light up amber, or you get an led bulb.OK...this is a bit confusing for me (sorry, slow learner)
Does it mean that I can change the housing/casings into clear but the bulbs have to be still amber, to be considered legal in Calif? Wouldn't it be looked funny?
Casing can be clear, but legally, you need to have an amber reflector up front and red reflector in the back.No, they do not have to blink amber. You can have bulbs that blink white OR amber in the front. In the rear, they must blink either amber or red.
The casings/housings themselves can be clear so long as the bulb blinks either amber or white in the front and amber or red in the rear.
in md, it has to be either an amber lens cover or an amber bulb in a clear lens cover...No, it use to be illegal but not its not. Same thing for lowered cars. Back in the days lowered cars had to be over a certain minimal height off the ground requirement. Now the law states that cars can be lowered but the lowest part of the car cannot be lower than the the lowest part of the rim on your car. Times changed and so did the laws on modifying cars. If i can find that web page i'll post it.
Enjoy the new clears and send our thanks to your bro :thumbup:Thanks for clearing that up for me guys.
My brother ordered euro clear casings for me from jlevi yesterday (i think) and I suppose to get the bulbs but just to play safe, I'll see what color it blinks out of the new casings. Can't really imagine it - still not familiar with the car.
Here's the Vehicle Code section for California:Casing can be clear, but legally, you need to have an amber reflector up front and red reflector in the back.