They regulate the color of lights that can be used on private property? Here as long as you're not being a douchecanoe nothing is said.Is green legal for private contractors in oHIo?
Meatchicken they had to change the law to allow muni's to use green and only muni's. Doesn't prevent some DB contractors from buying green lights and using them.
I've never researched that because I don't really care about red or blue. When I wanted to put amber/green/white combo bars on stuff I looked and could not find any regulations of lighting colors on private property. Perhaps that's changed, but we've never been bothered.So you can red and/or blue lights on private property?
Nope,You can red and blue pink black on private.
this is an Ohio thread. I can run whatever color light i want on private. orc 4513.17Nope,
A lot of laws or some of them do extend to private property .
In every states law book, you'll find a sentence that says something like you cannot have a red light facing forward on your vehicle it doesn't say private or public property.
It just states that no vehicles except for emergency vehicles canhave a red light facing forward , Even if they are not illuminated
I wouldn't be so surethis is an Ohio thread. I can run whatever color light i want on private. orc 4513.17
Your link says nothing about use off of public right of ways.I wouldn't be so sure
Have you heard of a thing called a uniform traffic code ?
icles, Ohio statute 4513.17 (clause d) states that a law enforcement vehicle is equipped with red and white flashing or rotating lights. Along these same lines, only law enforcement vehicles and other vehicles involved with enforcing criminal and/or traffic law may be allowed to use blue, or blue and white police lights on their vehicles. Those lights can also flash, rotate, or oscillate.
"a flashing, oscillating, or rotating amber light, but shall not display a flashing, oscillating, or rotating light of any other color, nor to vehicles "
This means that you can't have them on your vehicle regardless if it's on private or public property . And you're limited to using Amber even on private property .
Even a security company car cannot use any other color then Amber.
As again they don't want the security guard to play cop and pull people over.
Just just like they don't want people to think you're an emergency vehicle as you're pulling up Behimd them on Private property.
And then you can go and do the digging through the laws where they talk about the legalities of projecting different colored lights down in the roadway or being a distraction to motorists, even if the light is Emitting from private property.