15. Follow vehicles when used to unload a hot air balloon or to load a hot air balloon after landing, unless the yellow lights are lit while driving; One. Every motor vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer, other than an antique vehicle, which was not originally equipped with a Commonwealth-registered stop lamp and travelling on Commonwealth motorways shall be fitted with at least two stop lamps of a type approved by the Superintendent. These stop lamps shall automatically be equipped with a red or yellow light clearly visible on a clear day at a distance of 500 feet from the rear of the vehicle when the brake is applied. C. The rear lights or special white lights required under this section shall be of a type approved by the Superintendent. C. Vehicles used to guide or accompany funeral processions may use yellow warning lights or purple warning lights, but yellow warning lights and purple warning lights may not be used simultaneously on the same vehicle. The state police commissioner shall develop standards and specifications for violet lights, which are approved in this subdivision.
Any fire truck, ambulance, Virginia Department of Transportation vehicle, or tow truck can be equipped with bright auxiliary lights that can only be used to illuminate emergency scenes. These lights shall be of a type approved by the Superintendent and shall not be used in a manner that could dazzle or obstruct the view of drivers of approaching vehicles. Under no circumstances shall these lights be switched on while the vehicle is in motion. If the reflectors are part of the rear lamp, it is sufficient to comply with the distance requirements for the rear lights. 23. vehicles that are not towing vehicles within the meaning of § 46.2-100 but that are owned or controlled by a towing and recycling company, provided that the yellow lights are illuminated only when the vehicle is used at a towing and recovery point; B. In addition to other fires authorized under this section, all (i) fire extinguishers, (ii) state-owned vehicles operated by a local fire chief or other local fire officer, (iii) emergency service vehicles, or (iv) bottled vehicles may be equipped with alternative, flashing or flashing red and white secondary warning lights mounted on the rear lights of the vehicle. Headlights or position lamps of a type approved by the State Commissioner of Police. If a vehicle is parked in such a way that the light beam of its headlights blinds the eyes of the driver of a vehicle approaching a motorway, the driver of the parked vehicle shall dim or use the dipped-beam headlamps of these lamps in such a way that no light beam is projected into the eyes of an approaching driver. One. Every motor vehicle and every trailer or semi-trailer towed at the end of one or more other vehicles shall carry two red lights at the rear, which shall be clearly visible on a clear day at a distance of 500 feet from the rear of the vehicle.
In addition to other lights permitted under this section, buses operated as a means of public transportation may be equipped with taxis as defined in § 46.2-2000 and commercial vehicles within the meaning of § 52-8.4 with (i) blank or destination light signals and (ii) individual white lights lit continuously emitting diffuse light of such intensity that no dazzling or dazzling light is projected. for night lighting of outdoor advertising. You must light your licence plate when driving on public roads, and these lights must be white. The use of other colors or illumination of the license plate frame is not allowed. LED lights for cars first appeared at the turn of the 21st century, introduced in the Cadillac Deville model. In the coming years, automakers will discover the amazing benefits and transition light bulbs. Every motor vehicle, other than motorcycles, motorcycles, road rollers, road machines or tractors used on a highway, shall be equipped with at least two headlamps approved by the Superintendent at the front and opposite sides of the motor vehicle. Approved multibeam headlights must be aligned in accordance with regulations issued by the Superintendent based on the recommendations of the Society of Automotive Engineers. The main-beam headlamps of these lamps shall be of sufficient intensity to detect persons and objects at least 350 feet in front of them.
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11. vehicles used by a national parcel delivery company that delivers such parcels in all 50 states to collect and deliver parcels weighing less than 150 pounds, provided that the yellow lights are illuminated only when the vehicle is stopped and its operator is involved in the collection and delivery; If a vehicle which is to be equipped with side lamps or position lamps in accordance with this article is mounted at the rear as close as practicable to the top of the vehicle and as close as practicable to the median vertical axis of the vehicle, three red marking lamps of a type approved by the Superintendent, the centres of the lamp being spaced at least six inches or more than twelve inches apart, The rear dimensions or position lamps may be mounted at any height, but shall indicate, as far as possible, the extreme width of the vehicle.