I am a police officer a buddy of mine just pulled someone over that had blue foglamps in the grill of his dodge ram pickup. I don't mean that they were that HID blue bulb but he said they were blue overlays. Well its going to cost him a whopping 150.00 dollars to get the ticket paid.
He was alerted to this by a passerby who said that everyone was getting out of the way cause they thought he was a copper.
In Indiana we do have laws about red to the front, blue to the front, and green to the front so you might want to check your area before installing.
A year ago I was in a car in Chicago that was pulled over by a CPD officer. The driver, an Indiana Volunteer Fireman who is allowed to have a blue light, forgot to remove the light from his dashboard (or cover it). Even though it was off, he wasn't to nice about things and said for him to remove the light to the trunk or cover it.
tom has a point. allways check the law for your state and the ones you travel through, it is easy online info.
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