Light output, LED strips are one thing, these are putting out as much as a low beam light. Most if not all states have laws about the amount of headlights or light output a car can have on the street.
EDIT: I don't know the OP state, if I did I could easily point to the law in their area. Here is an example of how this would be illegal in my state. For reference 300 candle power is less than 4000 lumens. https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/347/II/07
I'm from MN I live in a small town that I pretty much have ran into ever cop here either once or twice! Lol
Everyone that doesn't like it should post a picture of their Cruze! I bet I see atleast 2 that look almost identi
You all are not reading the previous replays before commenting yourselves lol
1. I said a that it's too dark atm "here in MINNESOTA" to take a video of the Eagle Eye for the guy that commented 2nd to the post!
2. I understand that atleast the LED strip is illegal so I don't drive around with it! It was just a for fun thing!
3. I said I rarely drive around with all them on at once and that I just turned them all on for the video!
Lol it's alright though...
I've had the HIDs in the reflectives long before I became a member on this site and I'm not willing to drop alotta $$$ on retrofits just bc everyone on here complains about it! I've owned the car since they first came out in 2011 and threw tint and the 8000k's in within the first week and have never once been pulled over for them! (And I don't just stay in my town, my car has made numerous trips from MN to TX and I never had a problem there either) Until they burn out or I find a deal on a pair of projectors it's going to stay as is for HIDs! Plus it gives more people reason to hate ?! You guys will be first to know trust me when/if I get pulled over for the HIDs! I'll post a topic on here just for you guys! Thanks for your input everyone!
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