Notice of proposed rulemaking NPRM. Our safety standard on lamps, reflective devices, and associated equipment specifies performance requirements intended to reduce the incidence of vehicle crashes by providing adequate illumination of the roadway and by enhancing motor vehicle conspicuity in daylight, darkness, and other conditions of reduced visibility.
It appears a flashing brake light is legal within the stated limits. This is an example of what a former co-worker of mine, who is also a preacher, calls "prooftexting", wherein a small section of a book is taken out of context in order to attempt to prove something.
While perhaps no real malice is intended by people who will go to the lawbooks to try to find a real answer, the danger is that they will often miss context either deliberately or accidentally and pass out very bad advice, which can get people ticketed or their cars towed, or both.
Maybe you've already been "prooftexted to" on another forum, or whether you dug this up on your own, it's important to note that what the snipped of law you provided seems to say, and what it really says, are quite different. If you're going to cite a state law, even part of one, you'd do well to cite the law properly, or at the very least say what state it's from.
It wasn't difficult at all to find that it is California State Vehicle Code, but it's still better to cite it properly. You should also take note that the partially quoted Vehicle Code Division 12, Chapter 2, Article 7, That's a large omission, because that section states, inter alia: Any vehicle equipped with a stoplamp that complies with the federal motor vehicle safety standards applicable to that make and model vehicle shall conform to that applicable safety standard unless modified to comply with the federal motor vehicle safety standard designated in this subdivision.The sentence, “FMVSS has been officially interpreted as requiring all turn signal lights to illuminate simultaneously.,” when strictly interpreted, is still incorrect, although, with some thinking, could still be interpreted well enough.
The re-write of FMVSS No. is considered to be administrative in nature because the standard's existing requirements and obligations are not being increased, decreased, or substantively modified.
Accordingly, costs associated with manufacturer compliance with Standard No. are not expected to change as a result of this regulatory action.
A school bus is a type of bus owned, leased, contracted to, or operated by a school or school district and regularly used to transport students to and from school or school-related activities, but not including a charter bus or transit bus.
Various configurations of school buses are used worldwide; the most iconic examples are the yellow school buses of the United States and Canada. The re-write of FMVSS No. is considered to be administrative in nature because the standard’s existing requirements and obligations are not being increased, decreased, or substantively modified.
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