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SWEET May 10, 5:38am - #175555 
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about bulb for turning light

Can anybody tell me if it is legal to have hyper white bulb for the turning light in Texas !
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ice33 May 10, 6:39pm - #175556 

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Should be fine as long as it lights up white. If it lights up blue your in trouble.
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spaztikid May 10, 6:48pm - #175557 
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its illegal
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Chaz May 10, 9:44pm - #175558 
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From what I've read of Texas law it is legal if it lights up white or amber, but I haven't gotten a good yes or no answer yet.

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slidr May 10, 10:48pm - #175559 

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Originally Posted by Chaz
From what I've read of Texas law it is legal if it lights up white or amber, but I haven't gotten a good yes or no answer yet.
In the front of the vehicle, it has to be white or amber or any color inbetween.

Taken directly from Texas State Statutes...

(d) A turn signal lamp shall emit:
(1) a white or amber light, or a color between white
and amber, if the lamp is mounted on the front of the vehicle; or
(2) a red or amber light, or a color between red and
amber, if the lamp is mounted on the rear of the vehicle.

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SWEET May 11, 3:30am - #175560 
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I bought the Polarg M7 and M4 from the celicaStore on this web site...Will them be okay??
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slidr May 11, 3:36am - #175561 

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Yes.

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SWEET May 11, 3:48am - #175562 
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Really..u sure??? most of my friend said that i will get tickets for that...if it is okay..I want to have them installed tomorrow...
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slidr May 11, 3:57am - #175563 

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Originally Posted by SWEET
Really..u sure??? most of my friend said that i will get tickets for that...if it is okay..I want to have them installed tomorrow...
If you live in Texas, then yes, they are legal for sure.

As long as they are the turn signals on the front of your car, not the rear.


Look at the law that I posted above. That came from your state.

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SWEET May 11, 3:59am - #175564 
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Thank you so much for the information...one more question..is the hyper white parking light okay too??
thanks again..
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Erick May 11, 5:18am - #175565 

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yah Hyperwhite up in the front parking lights should be fine. it looks like the stock ones a bit but it flows a lot better especially if you have the MTECHh's from the ecelica.com store in your low beams.. thumbsup

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