It depends on the individual state law...they are very common on volunteer firefighter and EMT personal vehicles. But each state has different laws so in your state they may be illegal.I may be incorrect , but aren't "Blue Lights" facing the front of ANY private vehicle ILLEGAL ?
I was merely trying to save him the aggravation of removing the Grill , if it is considered illegal wherever he lives , to have Blue Lights behind it ! I know , I know theweeb , you would have torn it all apart and put the lights on , only to find out later that you had to remove them ! So , knowing there are people in this world like you that would do such a thing , I was just trying to make sure things got looked into , before hand !I think the OP is asking about the removal of the grill, not the legality of installing lights behind it.
Hey jmichael ! You might want to check with theRAMSTA ! Because he posted pictures of his Rhodium Silver FE F-Pace with a White Tube Light behind the Grill ! He is a *MOD* Specialist !Does anyone know if the front grill is "easily" removed from my '17 S? It appears to be a separate piece from the rest of the bumper. I'm a volunteer EMT and would like to tuck a few blue lights behind the grill. Thanks!
For "Plan B" how about putting Blue Lights down where the Fog Lights go ???Thank you for the replies. I am legal in NJ (actually have a red light and siren permit). Taking the whole bumper off is a bit more than I'd like to tackle...time for Plan B, as soon as I figure out what that is...
Open the bonnet and remove the first two screws left and right of centre as you look at top of bumper.Does anyone know if the front grill is "easily" removed from my '17 S? It appears to be a separate piece from the rest of the bumper. I'm a volunteer EMT and would like to tuck a few blue lights behind the grill. Thanks!