Will Smoked Tail Lights Pass Inspection?

Should I smoke my tail lights?

However, you should also keep in mind that tinting the tail lights with very dark film makes your car less visible from the back which is dangerous either.

So, it is better to stick with just lightly smoked color which provides a nice style but still keeps appropriate safety level..

Re: nh laws on tail lights (rockit) Quote, originally posted by rockit » hella smoked taillights are not DOT approved thus they are illegal.

Is it illegal to have smoked tail lights in California?

Registered. Yeap! Tinting head lights and tail lights are illegal in CA.

Can you use regular tint for tail lights?

the tint film you see some using on lights is a translucent vinyl, this can stretch & conform a bit better, still not going to work great for the tails but at least you’d have half a shot with that, no chance of getting this to work with window tint….

Is it illegal to smoke headlights?

Short answer: yes, they are “illegal”. Read the Vehicle Code. There are physical and performance specifications to which lights (all external lights and reflectors) are manufactured.

Can you pass emissions with a tail light out?

Answer: A tail light inspection is not part of the smog check in California. You may pass the smog inspection even if your vehicle’s tail lights are inoperable. … The CEL and MIL are the only “lights” which do have an affect on smog check results.

35%New Hampshire law, RSA 266:58-a, allows a vehicle to have aftermarket tinting on windows to the rear of the driver, as long as the light transmittance is not less than 35%.

Can you remove spray tint from tail lights?

Use rubbing alcohol. If that doesnt work, but it should, goto walmart get a small can of “Aircraft Remover” Rub some on thick towel and whip it offf. I promise u hat will get it off. Be super careful, this **** will take your car paint off as well!

Are blue license plate lights illegal in California?

Yes. License plate lights can only be white and blue lights are only allowed on police vehicles- not even fire trucks and ambulances can have blue lights.

All states require that vehicle tail lights be clearly visible, especially at night, from a certain number of feet away. … If you can’t see your truck’s tinted tail lights at night, or can’t see them very well due to the tint, they are probably not legal.