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Old 10-06-2012, 02:26 PM   #3
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Default Re: Tinted Taillights

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Originally Posted by aaron95sl2 View Post
This is great for when someone rear-ends you. Then they can claim they couldn't see your brake lights and they're off the hook! Not to mention your insurance company will probably drop you...

And blue reverse lights? What, just to look cool? How much do you back up that you think diminishing the output of your reverse lights will make you look cool? It'll be really cool when you back into something at night.

Cars have lights for a reason. Making them harder to see just makes you less safe.
Honestly, did you even look at the picture? I didn't tint them black like a dumbass, I tinted the yellow blinkers, red. Which is perfectly legal and you can see them just fine in full sunlight (I had my dad check). And I only clear coated the brake lights because they were faded. I can see fine while backing up. Next time you see an older stock VW Golfs have blueish tint on them.
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