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Old 05-04-2002, 22:43   #1 (permalink)
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Ive noticed on a few Falcons , Fairmonts and Fairlanes running driving light kits , they look great but i was wondering if you guys have had any trouble with the pigs for driving with them on in the daytime ?.

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yep yep and yep. everyone i know with then has so far been in trouble for it, $110 fines . they called it something like having lights on that could dazle other drivers. they are supposed to come on with high beams or something
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I fully agree with the pigs on this one. I cant stand people who use their driving lights when its not raining heavily or foggy at all. I get really pissed off when some knob dazzles me through the rear view mirror with all his lights to the point where I almost feel like hitting the brakes and hoping he/she slams into the back of me, thus destroying the lights.
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oh well , **** tha POlice im getting some , they arent hard to wire up yourself ...hey ? ?

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Re: lights on

I wouldnt know how hard they are to wire up. Personally I wouldnt install them unless I lived in a foggy area.
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