Fun times… install these and when a law officer pulls you over you can flip on YOUR lights, hand them a reverse card, and demand that you are pulling THEM over!
I triple dog dare you.
I DECLARE TODAY OPPOSITE DAY!
Anyone know whether they can be set to a steady glow, like to use the red as brake lights?
Or, can the modules be fed power directly without the controller?
I ordered a set, but am only going to use the red lights.
I honestly don’t know how these could be sold legally, as red/blue strobe kits are restricted to law enforcement use only.
If you bought these, and aren’t a LEO, better stick with one color, or you WILL have a bad time.
This is likely the type of product that is only illegal to use improperly, not to own.
Without a doubt.
The problem is, if an officer see’s them on AT ANY POINT, other than in a car show, that would be improper use.
And not just that, it opens up impersonating an officer charges as well.
Use at your own peril.
Varies by state.
Volunteer fighter here, blue is legal when you are going to a fire or to the firehouse. I’m gonna get a set since I have no light for my truck yet, just vfd plates in NYS.
Oooh, it’s COP CAR IN A BOX!! ©
They are illegal to use on the road in Texas unless you are an LEO or certain other exceptions. Surprisingly cheap, though.
Steady/flashing BLUE is debatably illegal (VERY few exceptions) almost everywhere in the US. The description seems to target a quite small subset of the possible purchasing population; could be an expensive learning experience (particularly if you flash YOUR baby-blues at a LEO flashing THEIRS)…
I bought these and already received them from Woot. Really bright, good flash patterns and seem sturdy. I am going to use them to setup a Halloween crime scene effect. Should work well for that.