Georgia Laws on Custom Vehicle Lighting
Light bars are one of the more popular modifications we see for off-roading vehicles at Akins Ford, offering improved visibility that helps keep you safe in the long run. In the state of Georgia, it is legal to have a spotlight, light bar, or other auxiliary lights installed on your vehicle. There are however some restrictions. This guide covers the laws on light bars and other auxiliary lighting systems in Georgia.
The Georgia Code outlines limits on the number of lights that can be equipped on one vehicle. The law does not allow more than one spotlight, two fog lights, one auxiliary passing light, and one auxiliary driving light. Blue lights are prohibited on passenger vehicles. Using blue lights on any non-emergency vehicle is considered a felony and can result in up to one year in jail and/or a fine of $1,000.
Height restrictions for fog lights, auxiliary passing light, and auxiliary driving lights are also outlined in GA Code § 40-8-29 (2019).
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Custom Spotlight, Light Bar, & Auxiliary Light Installation in Atlanta
The official accessories shop of the Akins Ford superstore, Wild Willies Custom Accessories specializes in all the ways you can make your vehicle your own. When you come to us for custom light installation, you can rest easy knowing that your setup will be street legal and envy-inducing.
Our experts also specialize in lift kit installation, wheels and tires, sound system and electronics installation, window tinting, spray-in bedliners, and so much more. You can connect with a team member for a no-obligation consultation online, over the phone, or in person when you visit us at our shop in Winder, GA.
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