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New York Laws Regarding
Over glow and Under glow lights
New York law restricts the use of additional vehicle lighting which includes neon overglow or underglow, unless the color is white. Therefore it’s our conclusion that in New York neon overglow or underglow is not illegal, assuming you adhere to the following restrictions below:
Our RGB Bluetooth Glorails are legal in this state as long as you only use white. Best not to mention that you can change the colors if pulled over.
For wreckers trucks or any vehicle required to have an amber hazard signaling system in this state.
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.
41. Colored and flashing lights. The provisions of this subdivision shall govern the affixing and display of lights on vehicles, other than those lights required by law.
1. No light, other than a white light, and no revolving, rotating, flashing, oscillating or constantly moving white light shall be affixed to, or displayed on any vehicle [...]
8. The provisions of this subdivision shall not be applicable to the driver of a vehicle from another state or foreign jurisdiction which vehicle has colored lights affixed but not revolving, rotating, flashing, oscillating or constantly moving if the lights on such vehicle comply with the laws of the state or home foreign jurisdiction in which the vehicle is registered.