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"Check your local laws regarding both a red and amber turn signal on the rear of your bike."

The above sentence came from a thread on the 1800 board regarding the use of both red and amber turn signals being used at the same time ...

Does anyone know the regs here in CT ... would it be legal ? ?

Thanks in advance for any answers / considerations ...

Randy G
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Rear brake lights are to be red.
Rear turn signals may be amber OR red not both


(3) The stop lamps shall be red in color. The turn signals facing to the rear shall be red or amber. The turn signals facing to the front shall be amber. The light illuminating the license plate shall be white.
 

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Rear brake lights are to be red.
Rear turn signals may be amber OR red not both


(3) The stop lamps shall be red in color. The turn signals facing to the rear shall be red or amber. The turn signals facing to the front shall be amber. The light illuminating the license plate shall be white.
Yep ... that's the deal.

Not sure why one would want to change the Wing's OEM lights, but everyone has a reason. I like the OEM version just fine. But, I did run 'blue dots' on my Harleys. I received no problems from the LEOs.
 
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