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New Hampshire Laws Regarding

Over glow and Under glow lights

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"New Hampshire law does not mention additional allowed or restricted vehicle lighting which would include neon overglow or underglow. Therefore it’s our conclusion that in New Hampshire neon overglow or underglow is not illegal, but make sure you avoid the following restrictions:"

No red, blue, amber, or green lights are permitted

License plate illumination must be white

Our RGB Bluetooth Glorails are legal in this state as long as you follow the above restrictions! all can be programed into the device via your phone app so to restrict certain colors while the device is in certain states.
Our Red or Amber Signal Glorails may be legal in this state.
Our Stand alone Amber Hazard Glorails are also legal in this state.
For wreckers trucks or any vehicle required to have an amber hazard signaling system in this state.
Police Departments order your set of Glorails here.
You can only use the yellow or amber hazard flash feature when in an life threatening situation for example changing a flat tire on the interstate.

No person other than a sworn law enforcement officer with power of arrest shall operate a vehicle equipped with blue colored light.

No person other than those authorized in this section shall operate a vehicle equipped with red colored emergency lights.

No person other than those authorized in this section or in RSA 266:78-c shall operate a vehicle equipped with amber colored warning lights.

Vehicles owned by or leased to licensed public or private security services but not personally owned vehicles of security guards may be equipped with amber or green warning lights

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