if he is a state trooper, then you should be able to have him check the state laws.sapper82 said:Got it, my brother is a state trooper. Thanks
Texas Transportation Code. Section 547.305, restrictions on use of lights which states: a. a motor vehicle lamp or illuminating device, other than a headlamp, stop lamp, auxiliary lamp, turn signal lamp, or emergency vehicle or school bus warning lamp, that projects a beam with an intensity brighter than 300 candlepower shall be directed so that no part of the high-intensity portion of the beam strikes the roadway at a distance of more than 75 feet from the vehicle. b. except as expressly authorized by law, a person may not operate or move equipment or a vehicle, other than a police vehicle with a lamp or device that displays a red light visible from directly in front of the center of the equipment or vehicle. c. a person may not operate a motor vehicle equipped with a red, white, or blue beacon, flashing, or alternating lights unless the equipment is: 1. used as specifically authorized by this chapter; or 2. a running lamp, tail lamp, backup lamp, or turn signal lamp that is used as authorized by law.
Yea, according to the Texas law quoted above, you just can't "operate" the vehicle in that state. Looks interesting though.sapper82 said:Not getting defensive, just saying my brother has checked already and if the vehicle is stationary I'm good.