Are undercar neon lights legal in Minnesota?

Answer Neon lights are not legal for under-the-car use in Minnesota, according to Sgt. Curt S. Mowers of the Minnesota State Patrol. In fact, they should not be mounted on a car at all, even if they are n... Read More »

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Are undercar neon lights street legal?

Neon lights that attach to the underside of your car are illegal in a number of states. Urban Neon Car Lights states that some cities and states restrict where you can place the lights on your car ... Read More »

Installation of Undercar Neon Lights?

Neon undercarriage lights are neon strip lights installed under a car, near the chassis, so that the car emits a soft neon glow at night. These lights are fairly simple to install if you have the r... Read More »

Are neon lights under a car legal?

The express legality of having neon lights installed on the undercarriage of your vehicle varies from state to state. Some states, such as Oklahoma, explicitly forbid them, while other states simpl... Read More »

Are neon lights legal in Pennsylvania?

As in most states, operating cars with neon lights in Pennsylvania is illegal. In fact, most lights that have not been factory installed are illegal. Neon lights can distract other motorists and ma... Read More »