FAQ

Q: What's included in a HID Conversion Kit?

Our kits come with 2 high quality bulbs, 2 ballasts, mounting kits and installation instructions for your hid kit.

Q: What's a Bi-Xenon HID Kit?

Some cars use the same bulb for both their high and low beam. We only offer certain colors for Bi-Xenon Kits.

Q: What kind of warranty do you offer?

Only the best! A one year warranty for all HID Kits. This means if your hid kit was never modified, was installed by a professional, and there's no signs of damage to the kit we cover the warranty for you. But you will be required to pay for shipping both ways.

Q: What is a Relay and why do I need it?

A relay is used for certain vehicles with daytime running lights or to simply pull power from your battery. This will accomplish two advantages. One advantage is bypassing the issue of problems that may occur between your E.C.U and your headlights. Another advantage is having more consistent power to the hid since the power is coming directly from the power source.

Q: What is a 'slim ballast' upgrade?

There's no difference in the performance of the slim ballast compared to the regular - it's simply slimmer, making it easier to fit into small spaces.

If you can't find the answer to your question here please contact the Motor Fiend Team and they will be more then happy to assist you 24/7!

Q: What does 3,000K, 4,300K, 6000k, etc mean?

Each "K" represents a color and from our pictures and videos you can see that each "K" (or Kelvin) is a different color. You can choose from 4,300K (the whitest) to 30,000Ks (special colors).

Q: Then how will I know if I need a Relay?

You will know if you have daytime running lights if you need either or both. If you have a computerized headlight system you will need a canceler. If you do not but you have daytime running lights, you will need a relay.

Q: I would like to support Motor Fiend! How can I help?

We love our customers and especially the ones who want to help us grow even more. Liking us on facebook helps us to become a better known brand in the community.

Q: I would like to convert both my HIGH and LOW Beams, is that possible?

Yes, you can convert both very easily and we recommend it! These are known as Bi-Xenon Kits.

Q: How long does your HID Kits last?

We have the highest quality HID Kits in the market and they last for well over 10 years or 4,000 hours.

Q: How long does it take for the HID Kit to fully ignite?

It depends on your vehicle but in most cases it takes just 5-30 seconds.

Q: Are your HID Kits Plug-N-Play?

Yes! All our kits are plug-n-play and take only about 30-60 minutes to install depending on your level of knowledge on your vehicle. Some kits might need to be installed through an auto shop.


Privacy Policy

Q: Typographical Errors

In the event a product is listed at an incorrect price due to typographical error or error in pricing information received from our suppliers, our store shall have the right to refuse or cancel any orders placed for product listed at the incorrect price. Our Store shall have the right to refuse or cancel any such orders whether or not the order has been confirmed and your credit card charged. If your credit card has already been charged for the purchase and your order is canceled, our store shall immediately issue a credit to your credit card account in the amount of the incorrect price

Q: Shipping Policy

Once an order is purchased it may take anywhere from 1-5 business days to receive a tracking number. Standard tracking fulfillment time is 1-2 business days although it may take longer as described above. Once a tracking number is received the product may take anywhere from 2-5 business to arrive at the customer’s location. Any delays caused by the postal office in which Motor Fiend has no direct involvement in must be taken up by the customer with the shipping company.

Q: Privacy on Other Web Sites

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Q: Privacy

Motor Fiend keeps your personal information private and secure. When you make a purchase from our site, you provide your name, email address, credit card information, address, phone number, and a password. We use this information to process your orders, to keep you updated on your orders and to personalize your shopping experience .Our secure servers protect your information using advanced encryption techniques and firewall technology. To keep you informed about our latest offers, we may notify you of current promotions, specials and new additions to our store. You may unsubscribe from our newsletters following the unsubscribe instructions in any email you receive from us. We use cookies to keep track of your current shopping session to personalize your experience and so that you may retrieve your shopping cart at any time.

Q: Out-of-Stock Products

Motor Fiend tries it's best to keep all out of stock items off of the site. If the item does happen to be out of stock and is purchased we will inform the customer right away. We will offer the customer store credit, another item, wait for item to restock or a full refund.

Q: Other Conditions

These Conditions will supersede any terms and or conditions you include with any purchase order, regardless of whether Motor Fiend signs them or not. We reserve the right to make changes to this site and these Conditions at any time without prior customer notification.

Q: Links

This site may contain links to other sites on the Internet that are owned and operated by third parties. You acknowledge that we are not responsible for the operation of or content located on or through any such site. By reading this you comply and will not hold Motor Fiend liable for any actions made through those such sites.

Q: Credit Cards

We accept the following credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. There is no surcharge for using your credit card to make purchases. Please be sure to provide your exact billing address and telephone number (i.e. the address and phone number your credit card bank has on file for you). Incorrect information will cause a delay in processing your order. For our safety we only ship to the billing address of the card being used, all other orders will be canceled or will be blocked by our security filters.

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Unless otherwise specified, all materials appearing on this site, including the text, site design, logos, graphics, icons, and images, as well as the selection, assembly and arrangement thereof, are the sole property of this Store., Copyright 2007, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. You may use the content of this site only for the purpose of shopping on this site or placing an order on this site and for no other purpose. No materials from this site may be copied, reproduced, modified, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted, or distributed in any form or any means without our prior written permission. All rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. Any unauthorized use of the materials appearing on this site may violate copyright, trademark and other applicable laws and could result in criminal or civil penalties.


Shipping & Returns

Q: USA:

MotorFiend offers FREE standard USPS shipping to all US fifty states on all of our products. We also offer an upgrade to USPS Priority mail shipping for an optional $9.95.

Q: Store Credit

By purchasing from Open House Websites (trading as MotorFiend.com) the customer agrees to abide by all of our return, refund, exchange and store credit policies. Changes to our policies can be made at any time without notification. It is the customer’s responsibility to check on MotorFiend's most recent return and exchange policy before purchasing.

If you’re ready to process your return, exchange, or store credit please click here to contact us.

Q: Shipping

All of MotorFiend's HID products are shipped from our warehouse in California, USA. Other products are shipped from Hong Kong. We ship worldwide, but the free shipping only applies to the fifty US states.

Q: Order Cancellations & Refunds

Customers wishing to cancel an order before it is shipped will be charged a cancellation fee of $10.00. This amount is charged no matter which payment method is used, as it covers merchant fees and the time involved to process and refund transactions. Please choose carefully before purchasing to avoid this charge or speak with our customer service team if you are unsure about your purchase.

If you decide an item you've purchased is not suitable for your needs after it is shipped you may return it to us, but only within seven days of receiving it and the items you are returning must be brand new and unopened.

The customer is responsible for the full cost of returning the item to us and MotorFiend reserves the right to withhold a 25% restocking and handling fee which covers shipping costs and processing of your returned item. The 25% is calculated on the total cost of your order.

Q: Damaged or Defective Items

In cases where the item was received damaged or defective we require a digital photograph be emailed to us within seven days of receiving your item. The customer must contact us within seven days of receiving the item; if not claims for refunds will not be accepted.

If your return is approved you will be issued a return authorization code, which needs to be clearly displayed on the returned item packaging. MotorFiend will refund your shipping cost once the item has been received and tested it, however conditions apply***. Customers are required to keep the receipt for shipping together with tracking number (if available) as proof they have shipped the item to us. It may take anywhere from 7-14 business days to process a refund. Once a refund is issued through our merchant please allow 5-7 BUSINESS Days for the funds to return to the original credit card used during the purchase of the order.

Motor Fiend is not responsible for any damages to the item that were caused due to the customer’s mishandling of the product or incorrect installation. For example: if the item is dropped and cracks during installation or handling, or the customer burns out a ballast due to incorrect wiring Motor Fiend will not be held liable for the damages.

*** Please be aware that we test all returned items. If they are found to be free from defects we will hold the item until the customer pays for return shipping. We charge a flat rate for return shipping for a HID kit within the USA. This rate is set at $9.95 ***

Q: Canada:

MotorFiend ships all orders to Canada for a flat rate of US$16.95. This amount is charged per shipment, not per item. Canadian customs may charge you importation tax, duty or other fees. These fees are payable by the customer.

Q: All Other Countries:

All exchange requests are to be sent via email within seven days of receiving your item. The items you are exchanging must be brand new and unopened. If the product does look opened or used, Motor Fiend reserves the right to not accept the exchange and we will return the used item to you, at your expense.

MotorFiend is not responsible for customers ordering the wrong accessories for their vehicles, therefore if a customer wishes to exchange an item the customer is responsible for the shipping costs both ways.

In order to process your return, please make sure to include the basic order information with your return and the reason for your return. (This means your order number, your full names used while purchasing, and the date you ordered).

You can find all of this information at the top of the invoice that was emailed to you when you made your purchase. To find it search your email inbox for the term ‘motorfiend’.

Please note that if you fail to provide us with the necessary information regarding your order the exchange processing time may be prolonged due to the time it takes to gather the required information.

In cases where the exchange of the item has been used or opened it will be returned to the customer. The exchange process may take anywhere from 7-10 business days once the item(s) reaches us.

Customers must retain their proof of shipping receipt and tracking number, as this information will be requested by MotorFiend if your item is not received.


State Headlight Laws

Q: Wyoming

Wyoming (WY) Headlight Law HID Headlights Wyoming. Known as “The Equality State”, Wyoming is mostly covered with mountain ranges and rangelands. Almost half of all the land in Wyoming is owned by the U.S. Government. Its climate is drier and winder in comparison to most of the U.S. and with greater temperatures extremes. Summers are warm and dry. Most of Wyoming receives less that 10 inches of rainfall per year. Thunderstorm activity in the state is highest during the late spring and early summer. The southeastern corner of the state is the most vulnerable part of the state to tornado activity. There are over 58,000 miles of roads and highways in Wyoming and over 160 automobile accidents resulting in a fatality last year. Nighttime driving requires maximum visibility. Our HID headlights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 31-5-912. Head lamps. (a) A motor vehicle, including a multipurpose vehicle which is greater than fifty (50) inches in width, shall be equipped with at least two (2) head lamps with at least one (1) on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps comply with the regulations of the superintendent. (b) A motorcycle, motor-driven cycle, multipurpose vehicle which is fifty (50) inches or less in width or moped shall be equipped with at least one (1) head lamp which shall comply with the regulations of the superintendent. Source Wyoming DMV

Q: Wisconsin

Wisconsin (WI) Headlight Law HID Headlights Wisconsin. Wisconsin is known as “America’s Dairyland” because it's one of the nation’s leading dairy producers. Its geography is diverse and it is second only to Michigan in the length of its Great Lakes coastline. Wisconsin has short humid summers and long cold winters and receives a large amount of regular snowfall, averaging 40 to 160 inches per year. It has over 237,000 miles of roads, with between 125,000 to 150,000 auto accidents yearly, resulting in over 50,000 injuries and over 700 fatalities. Winter time driving at night can be especially hazardous. Our HID kits can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 347.10? Headlamp specifications for motor vehicles other than mopeds and motor bicycles. (1)?Except as provided in sub. (4), the headlamps or the auxiliary driving lamp or the auxiliary passing lamp or combination thereof on motor vehicles other than mopeds and motor bicycles shall be so arranged that the driver may select at will between distributions of light projected to different elevations. No such lamp shall have any type of decorative covering that restricts the amount of light emitted when the lamp is in use. Such lamps may, in addition, be so arranged that such selection can be made automatically. This subsection does not apply to any type of decorative covering originally equipped on the vehicle at the time of manufacture and sale. (2)?Multiple-beam headlamps shall comply with the following requirements: (a) There shall be an uppermost distribution of light or composite beam so aimed and of such intensity as to reveal persons and vehicles at a distance of at least 350 feet ahead for all conditions of loading; (b) There shall be a lowermost distribution of light or composite beam so aimed and of sufficient intensity to reveal persons and vehicles at a distance of at least 100 feet ahead, and on a straight level road under any condition of loading none of the high-intensity portion of the beam shall be so directed as to strike the eyes of an approaching driver. Source Wisconsin DMV

Q: West Virginia

West Virginia (WV) Headlight Law HID Headlights West Virginia. The state is noted for its mountains and diverse topography. It is located entirely within the Appalachian Mountain Region. Hence, it is also know as “The Mountain State”. It experiences hot, humid summers and mild winters. West Virginia is also one of the cloudiest states in the nation as well as having the most frequent perception in the nation, averaging nearly 200 days a year with either rain or snow. West Virginia is at a junction of a number of important thoroughfares and has over 79,000 miles of roadway. Unfortunately, due to high traffic volume West Virginia is also home to a large number of car accidents. There were over 500 fatal accidents last year. It is important to have maximum visibility while driving at night or in inclement weather. Our HID headlights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: §17C-15-4. Head lamps on motor vehicles. 
(a) Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle, motor- driven cycle or moped shall be equipped with at least two head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this article. (b) Every motorcycle, motor-driven cycle and moped shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two head lamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of this article. (c) Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle, motor-driven cycle and moped, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than fifty-four inches nor less than twenty-four inches to be measured as set forth in section three of this article. Source West Virginia DMV

Q: Washington

Washington (WA) Headlight Law HID Headlights Washington. The “Evergreen State”. Washington is the leading lumber producer. It is rich in stands of Douglas fir, hemlock, ponderosa and white pine, spruce, larch, and cedar. Washington’s climate varies greatly from west to east. Prevailing winds from the northwest bring cool air and a predictably dry season. In the winter, the winds come from the southwest, bringing warm and moist air masses and a predictably wet season. There are over 174,000 miles of roads and highways in Washington. Last year, there were 460 fatal automobile accidents. Nighttime driving requires the best illumination. Our HID headlights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We stock shipping containers for sale in Seattle, Washington which can be used for car part storage. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: (1) Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with at least two head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this chapter.

 (2) Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than fifty-four inches nor less than twenty-four inches to be measured as set forth in RCW 46.37.030(2). (3) Whenever requirement is hereinafter declared as to distance from which certain lamps and devices shall render objects visible or within which such lamps or devices shall be visible, said provisions shall apply during the times stated in RCW 46.37.020 in respect to a vehicle without load when upon a straight, level, unlighted highway under normal atmospheric conditions unless a different time or condition is expressly stated.

 Source Washington DMV

Q: Virginia

Virginia (VA) Headlight Law HID Headlights Virginia. Virginia is known as “The Old Dominion State” and also “The Mother of Presidents” after the eight U.S. presidents born there. Its climate is considered mild compared to other areas of the United States. Severe weather, in the form of tornadoes, tropical cyclones, and winter storms, impacts the state on a regular basis. Heavy rain from tropical cyclones remains a concern. The state averages anywhere from 30 to 50 days of thunderstorm activity annually. Virginia has over 55,000 miles or roads and experienced over 116,000 automobile accidents last year with 694 of those being fatal. Driving at night or during severe weather requires maximum visibility. Our HID headlights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We stock shipping containers for sale in Norfolk, Virginia which can be used as storage sheds. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 46.2-1011. Headlights on motor vehicles. Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle, road roller, road machinery, or tractor used on a highway shall be equipped with at least two headlights as approved by the Superintendent, at the front of and on opposite sides of the motor vehicle. (Code 1950, § 46-265; 1956, c. 639; 1958, c. 541, § 46.1-260; 1989, c. 727.) Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one headlight which shall be of a type that has been approved by the Superintendent and shall be capable of projecting sufficient light to the front of such motorcycle to render discernible a person or object at a distance of 200 feet. However, the lights shall not project a glaring or dazzling light to persons approaching such motorcycles. In addition, each motorcycle may be equipped with not more than two auxiliary headlights of a type approved by the Superintendent. Source Virginia DMV

Q: Vermont

Vermont (VT) Headlight Law HID Headlights Vermont. “The Green Mountain State” it is the only New England state not bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Vermont is the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States. The state has a humid climate with muddy springs, a generally mild early summer, hot Augusts and colorful autumns. Vermont’s hills reveal red, orange and gold foliage as cold weather approaches. Vermont is a relatively small state, but here were still over 70 fatal automobile accidents last year. Our HID headlights can help nighttime driving. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: § 1243. Lights (a) A motor vehicle, except a motorcycle and motor-driven cycle, in use or at rest on a highway, unless otherwise provided, during the period from 30 minutes after sunset to 30 minutes before sunrise, shall also be equipped with at least two lighted head lamps of substantially the same intensity and with reflectors and lenses of a design approved by the commissioner of motor vehicles, and with a lighted tail or rear lamp of a design so approved. A motorcycle or motor-driven cycle may be operated during the period mentioned if equipped with at least one lighted head lamp and at least one lighted tail or rear lamp, both of a design approved by the commissioner of motor vehicles. A side car attached to such motorcycle or motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with a light on the right side of such side car visible from the front thereof. A person shall not operate a motor vehicle during the period mentioned unless it is equipped as defined in this section. (b) Every vehicle upon a highway within this state, at any time from 30 minutes after sunset to 30 minutes before sunrise and at any other time when, due to insufficient light or unfavorable atmospheric conditions, persons or vehicles on the highway are not clearly discernible at a distance of 500 feet ahead, shall display lighted lamps and illuminating devices as respectively required for different classes of vehicles, subject to exceptions with respect to parked vehicles. Source Vermont DMV

Q: Utah

Utah (UT) Headlight Law HID Headlights Utah. Utah is known as “The Beehive State”. Utah is the most religiously homogeneous state in the Union. Approximately 63% of Utahans are reported to be members of the Latter-Day Saints church. Utah is known for its natural diversity and is home to features ranging from arid deserts to ghriving pine forests. Utah’s climate is dry and semi-arid to desert. However, some of the mountainous regions receive abundant snowfall in the winter. Dry lightning strikes and the general dry weather often spark wildfires in the summer, while intense thunderstorms can lead to flash flooding. On Utah’s thousands of miles of roadways, there were 272 reported fatalities last year. Driving Utah’s roads at night requires proper lighting. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer a range of shipping containers for sale in Salt Lake City, Utah. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. HID Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 41-6a-1604. Motor vehicle head lamp, tail lamps, stop lamps, and other lamps -- Requirements. (1) A motor vehicle shall be equipped with at least two head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle. (2) (a) A motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer, pole trailer, and any other vehicle which is being drawn at the end of a combination of vehicles, shall be equipped with at least two tail lamps and two or more red reflectors mounted on the rear. Each head lamp, tail lamp, supplemental stop lamp, flashing turn lamp, other lamp, or reflector required under this part shall comply with the requirements and limitations established under Section 41-6a-1601. Source Utah DMV

Q: Texas

Texas (TX) Headlight Law HID Headlights Texas. Texas is “The Lone Star” state and the second largest state in the U.S., behind Alaska. The large size of Texas and its location at the intersection of multiple climate zones gives the state a highly variable pattern. Thunderstorms strike Texas often, especially the northern and eastern parts of the state. The state experiences the most tornadoes in the United States, averaging 139 per year. Texas has by far the most mileage of highways of any state with over 301,000 miles of public roadways. Close to 500,000 automobile accidents occurred in Texas last year with over 3,500 fatalities. There is one reportable crash every 72 seconds. Nighttime visibility is crucial. Our HID lights can provide that visibility. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We also have a range of shipping containers for sale in Dallas, Texas. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. HID Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: § 547.321. HEADLAMPS REQUIRED. (a) A motor vehicle shall be equipped with at least two headlamps. (b) At least one headlamp shall be mounted on each side of the front of the vehicle. (c) Each headlamp shall be mounted at a height from 24 to 54 inches. Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 165, § 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1995. § 547.3215. USE OF FEDERAL STANDARD. Unless specifically prohibited by this chapter, lighting, reflective devices, and associated equipment on a vehicle or motor vehicle must comply with: (1) the current federal standards in 49 C.F.R. Section 571.108; or (2) the federal standards in that section in effect, if any, at the time the vehicle or motor vehicle was manufactured. Source Texas DMV

Q: Tennessee

Tennessee (TN) Headlight Law HID Headlights Tennessee. Tennessee is “The Volunteer State” and home of Sun Records Studio, the place that many consider the beginnings of Rock N’ Roll. The state has hot summers and mild to cool winters with generous precipitation throughout the year. The location of the state makes it likely to be impacted from the remnants of tropical cyclones causing significant rainfall. Tennessee tornadoes can be severe. Fog is a persistent problem in parts of the state. With over 87,000 miles of highways, Tennessee averages over 450 automobile accidents per day. Adequate lighting a night is imperative. Our HID lights can provide that visibility. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We stock shipping containers for sale in Memphis, Tennessee which can be used for storage sheds. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 55-9-402. Lights required on motor vehicles -- Exceptions -- Regulations (a) (1) Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle, road roller, road machinery or farm tractor shall be equipped with at least two (2) and not more than four (4) headlights, with at least one (1) on each side of the front of the motor vehicle. No nonemergency vehicle shall operate or install emergency flashing light systems, such as strobe, wig-wag, or other flashing lights within the headlight assembly or grill area of the vehicle; provided, however, that a school bus may operate a flashing, wig-wag lighting system within the headlight assembly of the vehicle when the vehicle's visual stop signs are actuated for receiving or discharging school children.

 (2) Auxiliary road lighting lamps may be used, but not more than two (2) of the lamps shall be lighted at any one (1) time in addition to the two (2) required headlights.

 (3) No spotlight or auxiliary lamp shall be so aimed upon approaching another vehicle that any part of the high intensity portion of the beam therefrom is directed beyond the left side of the motor vehicle upon which the spotlight or auxiliary lamp is mounted, nor more than one hundred feet (100') ahead of the motor vehicle. Source Tennessee DMV

Q: South Dakota

South Dakota (SD) Headlight Law HID Headlights South Dakota. South Dakota is the home of Mount Rushmore. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln are sculpted into Mount Rushmore which is the world’s greatest mountain carving. South Dakota has four distinct seasons, with summers bringing severe thunderstorms with high winds, thunder, and hail. An average of over 30 tornadoes occur each year. Severe weather in the form of blizzards and ice storms occurs often during the winter. There are over 83,000 miles of roadways in South Dakota with over 16,000 reported traffic accidents. Nighttime illumination is a crucial part of safe driving and our HID headlight kits undoubtably improve visibility. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 32-17-1. Headlamps required--Exceptions--Violation as petty offense. Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle, road roller, road machinery, or farm tractor shall be equipped with at least two headlamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle. A violation of this section is a petty offense. 32-17-6. Requirements respecting adjustment of headlamps--Violation as misdemeanor. Headlamps shall be deemed to comply with the provisions of § 32-17-5 prohibiting glaring and dazzling lights, if none of the main bright portion of the headlamp beams rises above a horizontal plane passing through the lamp centers parallel to the level road upon which the loaded vehicle stands, and in no case higher than forty-two inches, seventy-five feet ahead of the vehicle. A violation of this section is a Class 2 misdemeanor.
 Source South Dakota DMV

Q: South Carolina

South Carolina (SC) Headlight Law HID Headlights South Carolina. South Carolina is also know at “The Palmetto State” and was the first of the 13 colonies that declared independence from the British Crown during the American Revolution. Hot and humid in the summer, South Carolina winter temperatures are much less uniform across the state. From June to November, the state is affected by tropical cyclones and averages around 50 days of thunderstorm activity a year. According to DOT statisics, someone is injured every 10 minutes in an automobile accident, with a fatality every 8 hours. South Carolina roads have become very dangerous places. Our HID lights can provide that visibility. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We have shipping containers for sale in Charleston, South Carolina for car part storage. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least two head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle. Such head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this article. Every motorcycle and every motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two head lamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of this article. Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle and motor-driven cycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than fifty-four inches nor less than twenty-four inches to be measured as set forth in Section 56-5-4480. However, this section shall apply only to new vehicles sold in this State after June 30, 1949. Source South Carolina DMV

Q: Rhode Island

Rhode Island (RI) Headlight Law HID Headlights Rhode Island. Known as “The Ocean State”, Rhode Island is the smallest of all fifty states, but the most densely populated of the states after New Jersey. It was the last of the original 13 colonies to ratify the United States Constitution. It’s topography is mostly flat with no real mountains. It has warm rainy summers and chilly winters. There were over 16 fatal automobile accidents last year. Nighttime illumination is imperative. Our HID lights can provide the visibility you require. The conversion kits are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law:
 § 31-24-1 Times when lights required. – (a) Every vehicle upon a highway within this state at any time from sunset to sunrise and at any other time when windshield wipers are in use, as a result of rain, sleet, snow, hail or other unfavorable atmospheric condition, or at any other time when there is not sufficient light or visibility, because of severe rain or any other condition, to clearly see persons and vehicles on the highway at a distance of five hundred feet (500') ahead, shall display lighted lamps and illuminating devices as respectively required under this chapter for different classes of vehicles, subject to the exceptions given in this chapter with respect to parked vehicles. § 31-24-4 Head lamps on vehicles other than cycles. – Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least two (2) head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, and the head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations of this chapter. Violations of this section are subject to fines enumerated in § 31-41.1-4. § 31-24-6 Height of head lamps. – Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle and motor-driven cycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than fifty-four inches (54") nor less than twenty-four inches (24") to be measured as set forth in § 31-24-3. Violations of this section are subject to fines enumerated in § 31-41.1-4. Source Rhode Island DMV

Q: Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania (PA) Headlight Law HID Headlights Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania is also known as “The Keystone State” as it was one of the 13 original founding states of the U.S. It’s diverse topography produces a variety of climates, though the entire state experiences cold winters and humid summers. The state also is subject to severe weather from spring through summer into fall averaging 10 tornadoes each year. There are over 40,500 miles of roads and with over 114,000 auto accidents last year. Proper nighttime visibility is essential. Our HID lights provide that visibility. Our kits are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We stock a range of shipping containers for sale in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that are easily modified. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Required motor vehicle lighting equipment. Required equipment shall be as follows: Except as provided in succeeding subparagraphs, each vehicle shall be equipped with at least the number of lamps, reflective devices, and associated equipment specified in Tables I and III of Appendix A, as applicable. Required equipment shall be designed to conform to the SAE Standards or Recommended Practices referenced in those tables. Table I of Appendix A shall apply to multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, trailers, and buses, 80 or more inches in overall width. Table III of Appendix A shall apply to passenger cars and motorcycles and to multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, trailers, and buses, less than 80 inches in overall width. 2 white, 7-inch, Type 2 headlamp units; or 2 white, 5¾-inch, Type I headlamp units and 2 white 5¾-inch, Type 2 headlamp units. Type 1 headlamps at the same height, 1 on each side of the vertical centerline; Type 2 headlamps at the same height, 1 on each side of the vertical centerline; as far apart as practicable. Source Pennsylvania DMV

Q: Oregon

Oregon (OR) Headlight Law HID Headlights Oregon. Oregon is “The Beaver State”. The state contains a diverse landscape, including 100s of miles of Pacific Coast Shoreline to the volcanoes of the rugged and glaciated Cascade Mountains. The climate is mild, but periods of extreme hot and cold can affect parts of the state. There are over 8000 miles of highways and roads with over 46,000 motor vehicle accidents occurring in the state last year. These mishaps resulted in over 27,000 injured and 451 fatalities. When driving at night, it is important to have maximum visibility. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer shipping containers for sale in Portland, Oregon which are great for car repairs. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: This section establishes requirements for ORS 816.330. Where specific types of lighting equipment are mentioned by this section, those types are types described under ORS 816.040 to 816.290. Except where an exemption under ORS 816.340 specifically provides otherwise, a vehicle that does not comply with this section is in violation of ORS 816.330: (1) A motor vehicle shall be equipped with all of the following in addition to any other requirements under this section: (a) Headlights. Motor vehicles other than motorcycles or mopeds shall be equipped with at least two. Motorcycles or mopeds shall be equipped with at least one. Source Oregon DMV

Q: Oklahoma

Oklahoma (OK) Headlight Law HID Headlights Oklahoma. Known as ”The Sooner State” (a name given to the early settlers in the midwest) Oklahoma is among the most geographically diverse states, having more than 10 distinct ecological regions. Weather patterns within the state can vary widely between relatively short distances and can change drastically in a short time. Most of the state lies in Tornado Alley, characterized by frequent interaction between cold and warm air masses producing severe weather. An average of 54 tornadoes strikes the state per year, one of the highest rates in the world. Oklahoma has over 113,000 miles of roadway and experienced over 69,000 motor vehicle accidents last year, injuring over 37,000 people. Proper nighttime illumination is an important factor in reducing the number of roadway mishaps. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: A. Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with at least two headlamps emitting a white light with at least one lamp on each side of the front of the motor vehicle on the same level and as far apart as practicable. The headlamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this chapter. B. Every headlamp upon every motor vehicle shall be located at a height of not more than fifty-four (54) inches nor less than twenty-two (22) inches to be measured as set forth in subsection B of Section 12-202 of this title. C. The headlamps on motor vehicles shall be so arranged that the driver may select at will between distributions of light projected to different elevations and such lamps may, in addition, be so arranged that such selection can be made automatically, subject to the following limitations: 1. There shall be an uppermost distribution of light, or composite beam, so aimed and of such intensity as to reveal persons and vehicles at a distance of at least six hundred (600) feet ahead for all conditions of loading; 2. There shall be a lowermost distribution of light, or composite beam, so aimed and of sufficient intensity to reveal persons and vehicles at a distance of at least two hundred (200) feet ahead; and 3. On a straight, level road under any condition of loading none of the high-intensity portion of the beam shall be directed to strike the eyes of an approaching driver. D. Every motor vehicle which has multiple-beam road-lighting equipment shall be equipped with a beam indicator, which shall be lighted whenever the uppermost distribution of light from the headlamps is in use, and shall not otherwise be lighted. The United States Department of Transportation specifications and standards for headlamps, auxiliary driving lamps, tail lamps, signal lamps, reflectors, and other lighting equipment and signal devices, pursuant to 49 C.F.R., Section 571.108, are hereby adopted by the State of Oklahoma. Source Oaklahoma DMV

Q: Ohio

Ohio (OH) Headlight Law HID Headlights Ohio. Ohio is also known as “The Buckeye State” The state experiences hot and humid summers and cold, snowy winters. Severe weather is not uncommon in Ohio, with tornados and thunderstorms in the spring and summer and snowstorms in the winter. There are approximately 49,000 miles of roadways in Ohio, making it the 10th largest highway network in the Country. There were over 1000 fatal traffic accidents on those roads last year. Maximum illumination while driving at night is imperative. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We also offer shipping containers for sale in Columbus, Ohio which can be used for a mobile workshop. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: § 4513.04. Headlights.
 (A) Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, and every trackless trolley shall be equipped with at least two headlights with at least one near each side of the front of the motor vehicle. 
 Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two headlights. (B) Whoever violates this section shall be punished as provided in section 4513.99 of the Revised Code. 
 Source Ohio DMV

Q: North Dakota

North Dakota (ND) Headlight Law HID Headlights North Dakota. Known as “The Peace Garden State”, it is located in the region known as the Great Plains. North Dakota is overall flat, with significant hills and buttes in the western part of the state. The state’s location in the upper Midwest allows it to experience a wide variety of weather, with each of the four seasons having its own distinct characteristics. The state has mild summers with cold winters, characterized by extreme snow, which can also turn into ice, freezing rain, and sleet. There were close to 100 traffic fatalities on North Dakota’s mostly rural roads last year. Nighttime visibility is extremely important on poorly lit country roads. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 39-21-01. When lighted lamps are required: Subject to the exceptions for parked vehicles, every vehicle upon a highway within this state must display lighted headlamps, tail lamps, and illuminating devices as required in this chapter for different classes of vehicles as follows: 1. At any time from sunset to sunrise, and every farm tractor upon a highway within this state at any time from a half hour after sunset to a half hour before sunrise; 2. At any time when it is raining, snowing, sleeting, or hailing or during other adverse driving conditions and these conditions do not render a person or vehicle on the highway clearly discernible at a distance of one thousand feet [304.8 meters] ahead; or 3. At any other time when visibility is impaired by weather, smoke, fog, or other conditions, or when there is insufficient light to render a person or vehicle on the highway clearly discernible at a distance of one thousand feet [304.8 meters] ahead. Stoplights, turn signals, and other signaling devices must be lighted as prescribed for the use of these devices. 39-21-03. Headlamps on motor vehicle. 1. Every motor vehicle must be equipped with at least two headlamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which headlamps must comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this chapter. 2. Every headlamp upon every motor vehicle must be located at a height measured from the center of the headlamp of not more than fifty-four inches [137.16 centimeters] nor less than twenty-four nches [60.96 centimeters] to be measured as set forth in subsection 2 of section 39-21-02. 39-21-04. Source North Dakota DMV

Q: North Carolina

North Carolina (NC) Headlight Law HID Headlights North Carolina. North Carolina is known as “The Tar Heel State”. The climate of the coastal plain is mild in the winter and moderate in the summer. The Piedmont region has hotter summers and colder winters. The Appalachian Mountain region has the coldest weather in the state. Severe weather can occur throughout the state with over 50 days a year producing thunderstorms severe enough to produce flooding, hail and damaging winds. With thousands of miles of roadways, driving at night in inclement weather requires maximum illumination. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We also have shipping containers for sale in Wilmington, North Carolina which make great storage sheds. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. HID Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Required lighting equipment of vehicles. (a) When Vehicles Must Be Equipped. – Every vehicle upon a highway within this State shall be equipped with lighted headlamps and rear lamps as required for different classes of vehicles, and subject to exemption with reference to lights on parked vehicles as declared in G.S. 20134: (1) During the period from sunset to sunrise, (2) When there is not sufficient light to render clearly discernible any person on the highway at a distance of 400 feet ahead, or (3) Repealed by Session Laws 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 822, s. 1. (4) At any other time when windshield wipers are in use as a result of smoke, fog, rain, sleet, or snow, or when inclement weather or environmental factors severely reduce the ability to clearly discern persons and vehicles on the street and highway at a distance of 500 feet ahead, provided, however, the provisions of this subdivision shall not apply to instances when windshield wipers are used intermittently in misting rain, sleet, or snow. Any person violating this subdivision during the period from October 1, 1990, through December 31, 1991, shall be given a warning of the violation only. Thereafter, any person violating this subdivision shall have committed an infraction and shall pay a fine of five dollars ($5.00) and shall not be assessed court costs. No drivers license points, insurance points or premium surcharge shall be assessed on account of violation of this subdivision and no negligence or liability shall be assessed on or imputed to any party on account of a violation of this subdivision. The Commissioner of Motor Vehicles and the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall incorporate into driver education programs and driver licensing programs instruction designed to encourage compliance with this subdivision as an important means of reducing accidents by making vehicles more discernible during periods of limited visibility. (b) Headlamps on Motor Vehicles. – Every selfpropelled motor vehicle other than motorcycles, road machinery, and farm tractors shall be equipped with at least two headlamps, all in good operating condition with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle. Headlamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in G.S. 20131 or 20132. (c) Headlamps on Motorcycles. – Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two headlamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in G.S. 20131 or 20132. The headlamps on a motorcycle shall be lighted at all times while the motorcycle is in operation on highways or public vehicular areas. Source North Carolina DMV

Q: New York

New York (NY) Headlight Law HID Headlights New York. New York State is known as “The Empire State”. Winters are long and cold and the summers are warm and humid. There are over 110,000 miles of roadway in New York State ane over 176,000 reported traffic accidents with over 290 of those resulting in a fatality. Many of these accidents occur on the highways where nighttime driving with inefficient lighting can be a problem. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We also offer shipping containers for sale in New York City, New York which are great for storing your car or truck in. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. HID Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: § 376. Lamps, signaling devices and reflectors on vehicles. 1. (a) It shall be unlawful to operate, drive or park a vehicle, except a motorcycle operated during the period from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset, on any public highway or street in this state at any time during the day or night unless such vehicle is equipped with signaling devices and reflectors of a type approved by the commissioner which are in good working condition; or to operate, drive or park a vehicle, except a motorcycle, on any public highway or street in this state, during the period from one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise, unless such vehicle is equipped with lamps of a type approved by the commissioner which are lighted and in good working condition; or to operate, drive or park self-propelled agricultural equipment on any public highway or street in this state, during the period from one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise and during such other times as visibility for a distance of one thousand feet ahead of or behind such agricultural equipment is not clear, unless such agricultural equipment is equipped with lamps of a type approved by the commissioner which are lighted and in good working condition. 2. The commissioner of motor vehicles is hereby authorized and empowered to promulgate rules and regulations with respect to lamps, reflectors and signaling devices, their number, type, design, construction, location, attachment and use on vehicles being driven, operated or parked on any public highway or street in this state. In promulgating such rules and regulations the commissioner shall be guided by the requirements with regard to lights, reflectors, signaling devices and associated equipment on vehicles of rules and regulations promulgated by the United States department of transportation. 3. All lights, signals and reflectors shall be of a type and design approved by the commissioner. No light having a candlepower rating in excess of thirty-two candle power shall be used on any vehicle, unless it is of a type approved by the commissioner. The provisions of section three hundred seventy-five of this chapter governing the approval of equipment and the adjustment of headlamps shall apply to the equipment and headlamps required by this section. The commissioner is hereby authorized and empowered to adopt and from time to time amend such regulations not inconsistent with this section, governing the size, type, construction, location, and use of lights, signals and reflectors, including the exemption of specific vehicles from the requirements of this section where the construction of such vehicles makes compliance herewith impracticable, or impossible. Source New York DMV

Q: New Mexico

New Mexico (NM) Headlight Law HID Headlights New Mexico. New Mexico is known as “The Land of Enchantment”. It’s landscape rangers from wide, rose-colored deserts to broken mesas to high, snowcapped peaks. The climate of New Mexico is generally semi-arid, but can receive a decent amount of snow in the mountainous regions. New Mexico has almost 60,000 miles of roadways, most of which is in rural areas where nighttime illumination is a must. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Headlamps on motor vehicles. A. Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle shall be equipped with at least two headlamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which headlamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in Sections 66-3-801 through 66-3-887 NMSA 1978. B. Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two headlamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of Sections 66-3-801 through 66-3-887 NMSA 1978. C. Every headlamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the headlamp of not more than fifty-four inches nor less than twenty inches to be measured as set forth in Subsection B of Section 66-3-803 NMSA 1978. The provisions of this subsection shall apply only to new motor vehicles sold after July 1, 1953. History: 1953 Comp., § 64-3-804, enacted by Laws 1978, ch. 35, § 110; 1981, ch. 361, § 12. Source New Mexico DMV

Q: New Jersey

New Jersey (NJ) Headlight Law HID Headlights New Jersey. New Jersey is known as “The Garden State”. Summers are typically hot and humid, and winters are cold. During winter and early spring New Jersey can experience Nor’easters which are capable of causing blizzards or flooding. Hurricanes, tropical storms and tornadoes are rare, but do occur. There were over 500 traffic fatalities last year in New Jersey. Nighttime driving can be hazardous. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 39:3-49. Headlamps: Except as hereinafter in this article provided, every motor vehicle other than a motor-drawn vehicle and other than a motor cycle shall be equipped with at least 2 approved headlamps mounted at the same level with an equal number on each side of the front of the vehicle. Every motor cycle shall be equipped with at least 1 and not more than 2 approved headlamps. Every motor cycle equipped with a side car or other attachment shall be equipped with a lamp on the outside limit of such attachment capable of displaying a white light to the front. Source New Jersey DMV

Q: New Hampshire

New Hampshire (NH) Headlight Law HID Headlights New Hampshire. New Hampshire was the first state to declare its independence from England, hence the motto “Live Free or Die”. It is sometimes known as “The Granite State” because of its extensive granite formations and quarries. The state has hot humid summers, cold wet winters and uniform precipitation all year. In the winter, extreme snow it often associated with the Nor’easter. Traffic fatalities have recently spiked in the state with over 9,000 reported fatalities reported in 2012. It is important to maintain maximum visibility during nighttime driving. . Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 266:31 Front Lights. – Every motor vehicle driven during the period from 1/2 hour after sunset to 1/2 hour before sunrise, and whenever rain, snow, or fog shall interfere with the proper view of the road so that persons and vehicles on the way are not clearly discernible at a distance of 1000 feet ahead, shall display at least 2 lighted lamps on the front; provided, however, that one suitable lighted lamp on the front of a motorcycle shall be sufficient. The headlamp shall throw sufficient light ahead within the travelled portion of the way to make clearly visible all vehicles, persons, or substantial objects within a distance of 200 feet, except that the headlamps of motorcycles shall be sufficient if they make clearly visible objects within a distance of 150 feet. No headlamp shall be used unless it is approved by the director and is equipped with a proper lens or other device designed to prevent glaring rays. All headlamps on every motor vehicle shall be located at a height of not more than 54 inches nor less than 24 inches from the ground on an unladen vehicle. The measurement shall be made from the ground to the center of the lens. No device which obstructs, reflects, or alters the beam of such headlamp shall be used in connection therewith unless approved by the director. Every lens or other device to prevent glaring rays, the use of which on motor vehicles has been approved by the director, shall be arranged, adjusted, and operated in accordance with the requirements of the certificate approving the use thereof. Every lamp, bulb, or light used in any headlamp shall be of such candle power as may be specified for the approved device in the certificate approving the use thereof. Every reflector which is used as a part of such headlamp shall have a reflecting surface approved by the director after satisfactory tests have been made, and every reflecting surface shall be free from dents, rust and other imperfections. The driver of every motor vehicle shall permit any properly authorized person to inspect the headlighting equipment of such motor vehicle and to make such tests as he may deem necessary to determine whether the provisions of this section are being complied with. Source New Hampshire DMV

Q: Nevada

Nevada (NV) Headlight Law HID Headlights Nevada. Nevada is also known as “The Silver State” due to the importance of silver to its history and economy. Over two thirds of the state’s entire population lives in one county. Over 85% of Nevada’s 110,540 square miles is owned by the Federal Government. It is the driest state in the country with long hot summers and short mild winters with scarce precipitation. Clark County has the highest rate of traffic accidents of any of the counties in Nevada. Whether you drive in the urban or the States many rural areas, night time visibility is crucial. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. How about a shipping container for sale in Las Vegas, Nevada? Great for car storage. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: NRS 484D.110 Headlamps on motor vehicles and special mobile equipment. 1. Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or moped, shall be equipped with at least two headlamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which headlamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this chapter. 2. Every headlamp upon every motor vehicle shall be located at a height, measured from the center of the headlamp, of not more than 54 inches nor less than 24 inches to be measured in the manner set forth in NRS 484D.105. 3. Snow removal equipment used in clearing snow from highways and other special mobile equipment which by the nature of its design makes it impracticable to comply with the requirements of subsection 2 may have such headlamps located at a height higher than 54 inches. [Part 6:166:1925; A 1939, 316; 1945, 268; 1955, 40]—(NRS A 1969, 1211; 1971, 1472; 1975, 1077)—(Substituted in revision for NRS 484.549) Source Nevada DMV

Q: Nebraska

Nebraska (NE) Headlight Law HID Headlights Nebraska. Nebraska is also know as “The Cornhusker State”. The entire state experiences wide seasonal variations in temperature and precipitation. Nebraska is in Tornado Alley and is prone to violent thunderstorms and tornadoes in spring and summer, though they can also occur in the autumn. There are over 10,000 miles of roadways in a mostly rural setting. The longest straight section of the interstate highway system in the country is between Grand Island and Lincoln Nebraska. With over 200 traffic fatalities last year, inclement weather and large rural areas, nighttime visibility is must. Did you know we also offer shipping containers for sale in Omaha, Nebraska? Our HID lights can help. Our conversion kits are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: (1) The headlights of motor vehicles shall be so constructed, arranged, and adjusted that, except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, they will at all times mentioned in section 60-6,219 produce a driving light sufficient to render clearly discernible a person two hundred feet ahead, but the headlights shall not project a glaring or dazzling light to persons in front of such headlights. (2) Headlights shall be deemed to comply with the provisions prohibiting glaring and dazzling lights if none of the main bright portion of the headlight beam rises above a horizontal plane passing through the light centers parallel to the level road upon which the loaded vehicle stands and in no case higher than forty-two inches, seventy-five feet ahead of the vehicle. 
Source Nebraska DMV

Q: Montana

Montana (MT) Headlight Law HID Headlights Montana. Montana, “Big Sky Country” is the 4th largest state and 48th in population density. It’s considerable variation in geography results in an equally varied climate. There are 77 named mountain ranges all a part of the Rocky Mountains. With over 12,900 miles of roadways and abundant rural areas, nighttime driving requires maximum illumination. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 1-9-203. Headlamps on motor vehicles. (1) A motor vehicle other than a motorcycle, quadricycle, or motor-driven cycle must be equipped with at least two headlamps, with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, that comply with the requirements and limitations set forth: 
 ( 2) A motorcycle, quadricycle, or motor-driven cycle must be equipped with at least one and not more than two headlamps that comply with the requirements and limitations of this chapter. If a motorcycle is registered under 61-3-411 as a collector's item, it need not be equipped with headlamps; however, if it is not equipped with headlamps, it may not be operated upon a highway or street from one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise or if persons and vehicles are not clearly discernible at a distance of 500 feet. A motorcycle may be equipped with a means of modulating the high beam of its headlamps between high and low beam at a rate of 200 to 280 flashes a minute; however, an operator may not modulate the headlamps at that rate during periods when headlamps are required to be lighted by 61-9-201. 
 (3) A headlamp upon a motor vehicle, including a motorcycle, quadricycle, and motor-driven cycle, must be located at a height, measured from the center of the headlamp, of not more than 54 inches or less than 22 inches, to be measured as provided in 61-9-202(2). 
 (4) When headlamps are required to be lighted by 61-9-201, a person may not operate a motor vehicle on a highway with headlamps that are composed of, covered by, or treated with a tinted or colored material, substance, system, or component that obscures the headlamps or diminishes the distance of visibility required by this section. 
 (5) This section does not prohibit the operation or sale of a motor vehicle the headlamps of which are composed of, covered by, or treated with a tinted or colored material, substance, system, or component with which the vehicle was sold or could have been equipped for sale when new as standard or optional equipment in compliance with federal statute or regulation governing the sale at the time of manufacture. Source Montana DMV

Q: Missouri

Missouri (MO) Headlight Laws HID Headlights Missouri. Missouri is the “Show Me State”. It has a highly varied geography with the northern part of the state mostly plains while the southern part lies in the Ozark Mountains. The winters are cold and summers hot and humid. Missouri also receives extreme weather in the form of thunderstorms and tornadoes. According to the Department of Transportation, thousands of people suffer death or disabling injury in car crashes in Missouri each year. Nighttime visibility is imperative. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We also have shipping containers for sale in St. Louis, Missouri in all grades and sizes. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 307.045. 1. Except as in this chapter provided, every motor vehicle other than a motor-drawn vehicle and other than a motorcycle shall be equipped with at least two approved headlamps mounted at the same level with at least one on each side of the front of the vehicle. Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two approved headlamps. Every motorcycle equipped with a sidecar or other attachment shall be equipped with a lamp on the outside limit of such attachment capable of displaying a white light to the front. 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 307.120, violation of this section shall be deemed an infraction. 307.050. Any motor vehicle need not be equipped with approved headlamps provided that every such vehicle during the times when lighted lamps are required is equipped with two lighted lamps on the front thereof displaying white or yellow lights without glare capable of revealing persons and objects seventy-five feet ahead; provided, however, that no such motor vehicle shall be operated at a speed in excess of twenty miles per hour during the times when lighted lamps are required. (L. 1941 p. 438 § 8386k) 307.055. 1. Approved single-beam headlamps shall be so aimed that when the vehicle is not loaded none of the high-intensity portion of the light shall at a distance of twenty-five feet ahead project higher than a level of five inches below the level of the center of the lamp from which it comes, and in no case higher than forty-two inches above the level on which the vehicle stands at a distance of seventy-five feet ahead. The intensity shall be sufficient to reveal persons and vehicles at a distance of at least two hundred feet. 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 307.120, violation of this section shall be deemed an infraction. Source Missouri DMV

Q: Mississippi

Mississippi (MS) Headlight Law HID Headlights Mississippi. Mississippi is known at “The Magnolia State” or “The Hospitality State”. The state is known for long, hot, humid summers and short, temperate winters. There is plentiful rainfall with snow possible in the winter months. The late summer and fall is the seasonal period of risk for hurricanes moving inland from the Gulf of Mexico. An average of 10 fatal car accidents occur per year, in addition to the thousands of injury related accidents. Maximum nighttime illumination may reduce vehicle related accidents. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: SEC. 63-7-13. Requirements as to lighting equipment. (1) Head lamps on motor vehicles. Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least two head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in section 63-7-31. (2) Head lamps on motorcycles. Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two head lamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in section 63-7-31. (3) Rear lamps. Every motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer, pole trailer and any other vehicle which is being drawn in a train of vehicles shall be equipped with at least one rear lamp mounted on the rear, which, when lighted, shall emit a red light plainly visible from a distance of five hundred feet to the rear. Either a rear lamp or a separate lamp shall be so constructed and placed as to illuminate with a white light the rear registration plate and render it clearly readable from a distance of fifty feet to the rear. Any rear lamp or tail lamps, together with any separate lamp for illuminating the rear registration plate, shall be so wired as to be lighted whenever the head lamps, cowl lamps or fender lamps are lighted. (4) Lamps on bicycles. Every bicycle shall be equipped with a lighted white lamp on the front thereof visible under normal atmospheric conditions from a distance of at least five hundred feet in front of such bicycle and shall also be equipped with a reflex mirror reflector or lamp on the rear exhibiting a red light visible under like conditions from a distance of at least five hundred feet to the rear of such bicycle. (5) Lights on other vehicles. All vehicles not required in this chapter to be equipped with special lighted lamps shall carry one or more lights, lamps or lanterns displaying a white light, visible under normal atmospheric conditions from a distance of not less than five hundred feet to the front of such vehicle and shall display a reflex reflector or red light visible under like conditions from a distance of not less than three hundred feet to the rear of such vehicle. Source Mississippi DMV

Q: Minnesota

Minnesota (MN) Headlight Law HID Headlights Minnesota. Minnesota is known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”. It is a state that experiences temperature extremes, with cold winters and hot summers. Meteorological events include rain, snow, blizzards, thunderstorms, hail tornadoes, and high-velocity straight winds. Minnesota is currently renovating roads and highways that have fallen into disrepair. High visibility at night is imperative. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We stock all sizes of shipping containers for sale in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 25) A. Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle shall be equipped with at least two headlamps, with at least one on each side of the front of the vehicle, which headlamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in MS169l47-48-49-60 and CVR 49/571.108. (5) B. The maximum allowable variance for headlight adjustment is + or – 4 degrees from designated settings. Designation is 2 degrees down and 2 degrees right. Subdivision 1. Lights to be displayed. (a) Every vehicle upon a highway within this state: 
 (1) at any time from sunset to sunrise; (2) at any time when it is raining, snowing, sleeting, or hailing; and (3) at any other time when visibility is impaired by weather, smoke, fog or other conditions or there is not sufficient light to render clearly discernible persons and vehicles on the highway at a distance of 500 feet ahead; Source Minnesota DMV

Q: Michigan

Michigan (MI) Headlight Law HID Headlights Michigan. Michigan is the only state to consist of two peninsulas, the lower and the upper. It is known as the “Wolverine State”. Home to the largest suspension bridge in the world, the Mackinaw Bridge, Michigan has over 123,000 miles of roadways. During the winter months Michigan is subjected to lake-effect snow, and during summer months, severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. With over 800 traffic fatalities last year, it is important to have maximum visibility during extreme weather and while driving at night. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We also offer shipping containers for sale in Detroit, Michigan that make perfect home storage sheds. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 
257.685 Head lamps; number; modulator; height; auxiliary, spot, or other lamp; exemption. Sec. 685. (1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (2), a motor vehicle shall be equipped with at least 2 head lamps with at least 1 head lamp on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, in compliance with this chapter. An implement of husbandry manufactured on or after January 1, 2007 shall comply with section 684a. (2) A motorcycle or moped shall be equipped with at least 1 and not more than 2 head lamps that comply with this chapter. (3) A motorcycle or moped head lamp may be wired or equipped to allow either its upper beam or its lower beam, but not both, to modulate from a higher intensity to a lower intensity. A head lamp modulator installed on a motorcycle or moped with 2 head lamps shall be wired in a manner to prevent the head lamps from modulating at different rates or not in synchronization with each other. A head lamp modulator installed on a motorcycle or moped shall meet the standards prescribed in 49 CFR 571.108. (4) Every head lamp upon a motor vehicle shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than 54 inches nor less than 24 inches above the level surface upon which the vehicle stands. (5) When a motor vehicle equipped with head lamps as required in this section is also equipped with auxiliary lamps or a spot lamp or any other lamp on the front of the motor vehicle projecting a beam of an intensity greater than 300 candlepower, not more than a total of 4 of those lamps on the front of a vehicle shall be lighted at a time when upon a highway. (6) A motor vehicle licensed as an historic vehicle is exempt from the requirements of this section if the vehicle as originally equipped failed to meet these requirements. An historic vehicle shall not be operated in violation of section 684. Source Michigan DMV

Q: Massachusetts

Massachusetts (MA) Headlight Law HID Headlights Massachusetts. Massachusetts is the 7th smallest state in the United States and the site of the original colony founded in 1620 by the Pilgrims. Today, there are over 31,300 miles of interstates and highways in Massachusetts. The State has warm summers and cold snowy winters, with its share of extreme weather. Prone to nor’easters and severe winter storms, as well as thunderstorms in the summer and spring, driving can be challenging. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer shipping containers for sale in Boston, Massachusetts that are great for storing all kinds of car parts. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: No person shall sell, offer for sale or install on, or in, any motor vehicle or trailer, any component, device or substance, other than quartz-halogen lights, which does not comply with the federal motor vehicle safety standard, if any, established for such component, device or substance. Nothing in this act shall prevent the registrar from prescribing minimum standards for any component, device, or substance for which no federal motor vehicle safety standard is or has been established and no person shall sell, offer for sale or install on, or in, any motor vehicle or trailer, any such component, device or substance which does not comply with the said standards so prescribed. Source Massachusetts DMV

Q: Maryland

Maryland (MD) Headlight Law HID Headlights Maryland. Maryland is one of the smallest states in terms of area, but it remains one of the most populous as well as one of the most densely populated states of the United States. With topography varying from flat near the cost to hilly father inland. Because of its location near the Atlantic Coast, Maryland is somewhat vulnerable to tropical cyclones. Each year traffic crashes kill more people in Maryland than homicides. Over 90% of total crashes are preventable and our HID lights can help. We stock shipping containers for sale in Baltimore, Maryland that are great for car parts. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: § 22-203. Headlamps on motor vehicles and motorcycles.
 (a) "Motorcycle" defined.- In this section, the term "motorcycle" includes Class M (multipurpose) vehicles that are designated by the Administrator. (b) Equipment on motor vehicle.- Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, shall be equipped with at least two headlamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which headlamps shall emit white light and comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this title. (c) Equipment on motorcycle.- Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two headlamps that comply with the requirements and limitations of this title. (d) Height.- Every headlamp on every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle, shall be located at a height of not more than 54 inches nor less than 24 inches. 
 Source Maryland DMV

Q: Maine

Maine (ME) Headlight Law HID Headlights Maine. Maine is the least densely populated U.S. state east of the Mississippi River. It is called the Pine Tree State. With warm (although generally not hot), humid summers. Winters are cold and snowy throughout the state, and are especially severe in the northern parts of Maine. Over 40% of fatal accidents in Maine involved a fixed object, such as guardrails or telephone poles. Mountains and rugged terrain can make nighttime driving a real challenge. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 1. General rules; headlights. A person may not operate a motor vehicle that does not meet the following requirements concerning headlights. A. A motor vehicle must be equipped with headlights. [2003, c. 452, Pt. Q, §20 (NEW); 2003, c. 452, Pt. X, §2 (AFF).] B. Headlights must be of sufficient power and so adjusted and operated as to enable the operator to proceed with safety under all ordinary conditions of highway and weather. [2003, c. 452, Pt. Q, §20 (NEW); 2003, c. 452, Pt. X, §2 (AFF).] 2. Location of headlights. On a motor vehicle, a headlight must be located at a height, measured from the center of the headlight, of not more than 54 inches nor less than 22 inches above the level surface on which the vehicle stands. Headlights on snow plows may be at a height greater than 54 inches. [ 1993, c. 683, Pt. A, §2 (NEW); 1993, c. 683, Pt. B, §5 (AFF) .] 3. White light. Headlights must be equipped with lenses or reflectors that emit only white light. [ 1993, c. 683, Pt. A, §2 (NEW); 1993, c. 683, Pt. B, §5 (AFF) .] 4. Number of headlights. The following rules apply regarding the mounting of headlights. A. A motor vehicle must have mounted on the front at least 2 headlights, one on each side. [2003, c. 452, Pt. Q, §21 (NEW); 2003, c. 452, Pt. X, §2 (AFF).] B. A motorcycle must have one mounted headlight. [2005, c. 577, §24 (AMD).] Source Maine DMV

Q: Louisiana

Louisiana (LA) Headlight Law HID headlights Louisiana. Louisiana is home to the famous Mardi Gras in New Orleans, a yearly celebration know worldwide. Louisiana is often affected by tropical cyclones and is very vulnerable to strikes by major hurricanes, particularly the lowlands around and in the New Orleans area. The area is also prone to frequent thunderstorms, especially in the summer. The entire state averages over 60 days of thunderstorms a year, more than any other state except Florida. Louisiana averages 27 tornadoes annually. Proper illumination during severe weather is a must. We also have shipping containers for sale in New Orleans, Louisiana which you can use for home storage. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: §326. Number of driving lamps required or permitted; parking lights A. At all times specified in R.S. 32:301, at least two lighted lamps shall be displayed, one on each side at the front of every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle, except when such vehicle is parked subject to regulations governing lights on parked vehicles. B. Whenever a motor vehicle equipped with head lamps as herein required is also equipped with any auxiliary lamps or any other lamp on the front thereof projecting a beam of intensity greater than 300 candlepower, not more than a total of four of any such lamps on the front of a vehicle shall be lighted at any one time when upon a highway of this state. C. No moving vehicle upon any public highway within this state shall be operated with only the parking lights for illumination. Acts 1962, No. 310, §1. Amended by Acts 1964, No. 331, §1. Source Louisiana DMV

Q: Kentucky

Kentucky (KY) Headlight Law HID Headlights Kentucky. Kentucky is known as the "Bluegrass State", a nickname based on the bluegrass found in many of its pastures because of the fertile soil. Topography is hilly and mountainous. Weather in Kentucky can be severe at times and just this past spring, fast-moving snow showers caused wrecks, traffic, and headaches for morning commuters on the tri-state roadways in Northern Kentucky. Proper illumination is crucial during storms and for nighttime driving. Our HID lights can help. We offer shipping containers for sale in Louisville, Kentucky which make a great spot for a kit install. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: (1) Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle, shall be equipped with at least two (2) head lamps with at least one (1) on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this section. (2) Every motorcycle, moped, and every motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least one (1) and not more than two (2) head lamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of this section. (a) There shall be an uppermost distribution of light, or composite beam, so aimed and of such intensity as to reveal persons and vehicles at a distance of at least three hundred fifty (350) feet ahead for all conditions of loading; (3) The height of the headlamps, from the center of the lamp to level ground when the vehicle is unloaded, shall be between twenty-four (24) and fifty-four (54) inches. Source Kentucky DMV

Q: Kansas

Kansas (KS) Headlight Law HID Headlights Kansas. Kansas, also known as the “Sunflower State” has cool winters and hot, often humid, summers. It’s topography is flat and Kansas has sometimes been referred to as the flattest state in the Country. The state is vulnerable to strong and severe thunderstorms, known as “Supercell” storms and can spawn multiple tornadoes. With an average of over 75,000 traffic accidents a year during the past 10 year period, it is imperative to have maximum visibility at night or during adverse weather. We also have shipping containers for sale in Kansas City, Kansas for vehicle storage. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Chapter 8.--AUTOMOBILES AND OTHER VEHICLES Article 17.--UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; EQUIPMENT OF VEHICLES 8-1705. Head lamps on motor vehicles. (a) Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with at least two (2) head lamps with at least one (1) on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this article. (b) Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle manufactured or assembled after July 1, 1959, shall be located at a height of not more than fifty-four (54) inches nor less than twenty-four (24) inches to be measured as set forth in subsection (b) of K.S.A. 8-1704. Source Kansas DMV

Q: Iowa

Iowa (IA) Headlight Law HID Headlights Iowa. Iowa is known as “America’s Heartland”. In the last few years Iowa has become a leader in the “green” industry and has the highest percentage of wind power of any state in America. It’s climate has both extremes of heat and cold with winters harsh and snowy. Tornadoes are common during spring and summer months, as are severe thunderstorms. Driving in adverse weather conditions can be dangerous. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motorized bicycle shall be equipped with at least two headlamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which headlamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this chapter . 321.384 WHEN LIGHTED LAMPS REQUIRED. 1. Every motor vehicle upon a highway within the state, at any time from sunset to sunrise, and at such other times when conditions such as fog, snow, sleet, or rain provide insufficient lighting to render clearly discernible persons and vehicles on the highway at a distance of five hundred feet ahead, shall display lighted headlamps as provided in section 321.415, subject to exceptions with respect to parked vehicles as hereinafter stated. 2. Whenever requirement is hereinafter declared as to the distance from which certain lamps and devices shall render objects visible or within which such lamps or devices shall be visible, said provisions shall apply during the times stated in subsection 1 of this section upon a straight level unlighted highway under normal atmospheric conditions unless a different time or condition is expressly stated. Source Iowa DMV

Q: Indiana

Indiana (IN) Headlight Law HID Headlights Indiana. Indiana is one of eight states that make up the Great Lakes Region and has more miles of Interstate Highway per square mile than any other state. The various highways intersecting in and around Indianapolis, and the fact that it is a major railroad hub contribute to the state motto: “Cross Roads of America”. Indiana has relatively cool winters and warm summers with moderate to heavy rains. Even with a mild climate and even terrain, there were still over 700 traffic fatalities last year making the need for maximum illumination at night a must. We can offer shipping containers for sale in Indianapolis, Indiana which are perfect for building a home workshop to install your HID lights. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Sec. 2. (a) The requirements in this chapter setting forth the distance from which certain lamps and devices are required to render objects visible or within which the lamps or devices are required to be visible apply: (1) during the times stated in IC 9-21-7-2; (2) with respect to a vehicle without load; and (3) when upon a straight, level, unlighted highway under normal atmospheric conditions; unless a different time or condition is expressly stated. (b) The mounted heights of lamps or devices required in this chapter are measured from the center of the lamp or device to the level ground upon which the vehicle stands when the vehicle is without a load. Sec. 3. (a) A motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle must be equipped with at least two (2) head lamps, with at least one (1) of the head lamps on each side of the front of the motor vehicle. The head lamps must comply with this chapter. Source Indiana DMV

Q: Illinois

Illinois (IL) Headlight Law HID Headlights Illinois. Illinois is the 5th most populated state in the United States. It's topography is prairies, plains and open hills in the southern region and produces a sizable portion of the nations corn, soybeans and wheat, as well as hogs and cattle. The deadliest tornadoes on record have occurred largely in Illinois because it is the most populous state in “tornado alley”. Hot humid summers and cold winters mean hazardous driving conditions can occur year around. We also have shipping containers for sale in Chicago, Illinios which are great for car tire storage. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Sec. 12-201. When lighted lamps are required. (a) When operated upon any highway in this State, every motorcycle shall at all times exhibit at least one lighted lamp, showing a white light visible for at least 500 feet in the direction the motorcycle is proceeding. However, in lieu of such lighted lamp, a motorcycle may be equipped with and use a means of modulating the upper beam of the head lamp between high and a lower brightness. No such head lamp shall be modulated, except to otherwise comply with this Code, during times when lighted lamps are required for other motor vehicles. (b) All other motor vehicles shall exhibit at least 2 lighted head lamps, with at least one on each side of the front of the vehicle, which satisfy United States Department of Transportation requirements, showing white lights, including that emitted by high intensity discharge (HID) lamps, or lights of a yellow or amber tint, during the period from sunset to sunrise, at times when rain, snow, fog, or other atmospheric conditions require the use of windshield wipers, and at any other times when, due to insufficient light or unfavorable atmospheric conditions, persons and vehicles on the highway are not clearly discernible at a distance of 1000 feet. (d) A person shall install only head lamps that satisfy United States Department of Transportation regulations and show white light, including that emitted by HID lamps, or light of a yellow or amber tint for use by a motor vehicle. Source Illinois DMV

Q: Idaho

Idaho (ID) Headlight Law HID Headlights Idaho. Idaho’s diverse weather is influenced by weather patterns off the Pacific Ocean. The northern part of the state receives more precipitation than the south, but all of Idaho experiences frequent periods of cloudy weather. In the major mountain ranges of the state driving can be extremely perilous, especially during the winter months. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Laws 49-905. HEAD LAMPS ON MOTOR VEHICLES. (1) Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least two (2) head lamps with at least one (1) on each side of the front of the motor vehicle. The head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this chapter. (2) Every motorcycle and every motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least one (1) and not more than two (2) head lamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of this chapter. (3) Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle and motor-driven cycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than fifty-four (54) inches nor less than twenty-four (24) inches to be measured as set forth in section 49-904(2), Idaho Code. (4) No person shall operate any motor vehicle on the highways with head lamps which are composed of, covered by, or treated with any material, substance, system, or component which, when such head lamps are not in operation, is highly reflective or otherwise opaque and nontransparent. (5) No person shall have for sale, sell, or offer for sale any motor vehicles with head lamps that are in violation of the provisions of this section. (6) Nothing in this section shall be construed to make illegal the operation or sale of any motor vehicle, the head lamps of which are composed of, covered by, or treated with any material, substance, system, or component with which the motor vehicle was sold when new or could have been equipped for sale when new as standard or optional equipment under any United States government statute or regulation governing the sale at the time of manufacture. (7) Any person convicted of a violation of the provisions of this section shall be guilty of an infraction. Source Idaho DMV

Q: Hawaii

Hawaii (HI) Headlight Law HID Headlights Hawaii. Hawaii is the 50th ratified state in the U.S. and is made up of eight islands, which are the tips of submerged volcanos. It is the most isolated population center on the planet and has it’s own time zone. Although the weather is mild year round, there are many tropical storms with heavy rains. There were over 120 traffic fatalities last year and driving in the mountainous rural areas can be hazardous. Our HID light kits will give you better night time viibility. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: PART II. INSPECTION OF VEHICLES §286-21 Vehicles without required equipment or in unsafe condition. No person shall drive or cause to move on any highway any motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer, or pole trailer, or any combination thereof, unless the equipment thereon is in good working order and adjustment as required in this part so as not to endanger the driver or other occupant or any person upon the highway. [L 1967, c 214, pt of §2; HRS §286-21] Source Hawaii DMV

Q: Georgia

Georgia (GA) Headlight Law HID Headlights Georgia. Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River and has mountainous to coastal topography. Although the climate is mild overall, the entire state, including the north Georgia mountains, receives moderate to heavy rain. Tornadoes and tropical cyclones are common which can impede safe nighttime driving. We have shipping containers for sale in Atlanta, Georgia which can protect your vehicle from storm damage. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: O.C.G.A. 40-8-22 (2010) (a) Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor driven cycle shall be equipped with at least two but not more than four headlights, with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which headlights shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this article. (b) Every motorcycle and every motor driven cycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two headlights, which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of this article. (c) Every headlight upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle and motor driven cycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the headlight of not more than 54 inches nor less than 24 inches, to be measured as set forth in subsection (b) of Code Section 40-8-21. (d) The headlights required by this Code section shall be maintained in proper working condition and shall not be covered by any type of material, provided that the covering restriction shall not apply to any vehicle on which the original factory headlights were covered. (e) It shall be unlawful to operate a motor vehicle unless such motor vehicle is equipped with aiming pads on each headlight. Source Georgia DMV

Q: Florida

Florida (FL) Headlight Law HID Headlights in Florida. Florida’s first graded road was completed in 1793, a long time before automobiles. Today there are over 460 miles of highways and over 667 miles of toll roads. Although they are mostly well maintained, Florida is subject to extreme weather conditions and driving, especially at night, can be perilous. Are you looking for shipping containers for sale in Miami, Florida? They're great for protecting your vehicle from storms. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: 316.220?Headlamps on motor vehicles.— (1)?Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with at least two headlamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which headlamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this chapter, and shall show a white light. An object, material, or covering that alters the headlamp’s light color may not be placed, displayed, installed, affixed, or applied over a headlamp. (2)?Every headlamp upon every motor vehicle shall be located at a height of not more than 54 inches nor less than 24 inches to be measured as set forth in s. 316.217. (3)?A violation of this section is a noncriminal traffic infraction, punishable as a nonmoving violation as provided in chapter 318. History.—s. 1, ch. 71-135; s. 172, ch. 99-248; s. 9, ch. 2000-313. Source Florida DMV

Q: Delaware

Delaware (DE) Headlight Law HID Headlights Delaware. Want to convert to HID? Want to know if it's legal to do so in the state of Delaware? Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. Delaware was the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. Although the weather is pretty much the same throughout the state (100 miles from the Northern to the Southern boarder), it can still be subject to tropical storms and hurricanes from the Atlantic side of the State. Although Delaware is one of the smallest US states, it still had over 85 fatal traffic accidents last year. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. State Law: CHAPTER 43. EQUIPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION OF VEHICLES § 4333. Head lamps on motor vehicles. (a) Every motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer and pole motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least 2 head lamps with at least 1 on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in this chapter. (b) Every motorcycle and every motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least 1 and not more than 2 head lamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of this chapter. (c) Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle and motor-driven cycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than 54 inches nor less than 24 inches, to be measured as set forth in § 4332(b) of this title. 36 Del. Laws, c. 10, §§ 128, 130; Code 1935, §§ 5666, 5668; 21 Del. C. 1953, § 4333; 50 Del. Laws, c. 292, § 1; 51 Del. Laws, c. 235.; (b) Fog lamps. -- Any motor vehicle may be equipped with not to exceed 2 fog lamps mounted on the front at a height not less than 12 inches nor more than 30 inches above the level surface upon which the vehicle stands and so aimed that when the vehicle is not loaded none of the high intensity portion of the light to the left of the center of the vehicle shall at a distance of 25 feet ahead project higher than a level of 4 inches below the level of the center of the lamp from which it comes. Lighted fog lamps meeting the above requirements may be used with lower head lamp beams as specified in § 4349 of this title. (a) Any lighted lamp or illuminating device upon a motor vehicle other than head lamps, spot lamps, auxiliary lamps, flashing turn signals, emergency vehicle warning lamps and school bus warning lamps, which projects a beam of light of an intensity greater than 300 candlepower, shall be so directed that no part of the high intensity portion of the beam will strike the level of the roadway on which the vehicle stands at a distance of more than 75 feet from the vehicle. (b) No person shall drive or move any vehicle or equipment upon any highway with any lamp or device thereon displaying a red light visible from directly in front of the center thereof. Source Delaware DMV

Q: Connecticut

Connecticut (CT) Headlight Law HID Headlights Connecticut. Can I legally convert my headlights to HID in the state of Connecticut? Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. Connecticut was the first state to enact an automobile law, setting the speed limit at 12mph in 1901. A lot has changed since then. The current maximum speed limit in Connecticut is 65 miles per hour. A substantial increase since the first speed limit was established! Driving in the hilly landscape of Connecticut can be hazardous, especially during one of the many winter snowstorms. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. State Law: Chapter 246 Motor Vehicles
 Sec. 14-96y. Number of head lamps. Number in combination with other lamps. (a) At all times specified in subsection (a) of section 14-96a, at least two lighted lamps shall be displayed, one on each side at the front of every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle, except when such vehicle is parked subject to the regulations governing lights on parked vehicles.

 (b) Whenever a motor vehicle equipped with head lamps as herein required is also equipped with any auxiliary lamps or a spot lamp or any other lamp on the front thereof projecting a beam of intensity greater than three hundred candlepower, not more than a total of four of any such lamps on the front of a vehicle shall be lighted at any one time when upon a highway.
 (c) Whenever in said sections any requirement is declared as to the mounted height of lamps or devices, such requirement shall mean the height measured from the center of such lamps or devices to the level ground upon which the vehicle stands when such vehicle is without a load. (d) Failure to provide lighted lamps and illuminating devices at such time as required by this section shall be an infraction. Sec. 14-96b. Head lamps. (e) Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle shall be equipped with at least two head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in sections 14-96a to 14-96aa, inclusive. (f) Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two head lamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of said sections. (g) Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle, shall be located at a mounted height of not more than fifty-four inches nor less than twenty-two inches. Source Connecticut DMV

Q: Colorado

Colorado (CO) Headlight Law HID Headlights Colorado. Is HID conversion legal in the state of Colorado? Is there restrictions on color temperature or brightness? Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. Colorado is home to the high mountain ranges of the Western Rockies alternating with broad valleys and deep narrow canyons. In fact, over 75% of Colorado has an altitude of 10,000 feet or more. Driving mountainous roads at night certainly can create unsafe driving conditions. If you are looking for shipping containers for sale in Denver, Colorado we can help. Our HID lights can help. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. State Law: 42-4-205. 

(1) Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle shall be equipped with at least two head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, which head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations set forth in sections 42-4-202 and 42-4-204 to 42-4-231 
 (2) Every motorcycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two head lamps that shall comply with the requirements and limitations of sections 42-4-202 and 42-4-204 to 42-4-231 
 (3) Every head lamp upon every motor vehicle, including every motorcycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than fifty-four inches nor less than twenty-four inches, to be measured as set forth in section 42-4-204 (3).

(4) Any person who violates any provision of this section commits a class B traffic infraction.

 Source Colorado DMV

Q: California

California (CA) Headlight Law HID Headlights California. What does the law say in relation to HID conversion? Can I fit HID bulbs into my factory headlight housings? Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. California has over 840 miles of coastline on the Pacific Ocean and is home to some of the largest urban areas in the country and also produces a diverse array of crops, such as avacados, cotton, and artichokes. It is the third largest state and provides many different driving experiences. According to the California Department of Trasportation, accidents are report at the rate of one every 1 minute and ten seconds a reminder of how important it is to drive safe. HID lights can contribute to your safety be providing stronger illumination at night. Our lights are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. State Law: (a) A motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, shall be equipped with at least two headlamps, with at least one on each side of the front of the vehicle, and, except as to vehicles registered prior to January 1, 1930, they shall be located directly above or in advance of the front axle of the vehicle. We also have shipping containers for sale in Long Beach, California which are perfect for a home workshop. The headlamp and every light source in any headlamp unit shall be located at a height of not more than 54 inches nor less than 22 inches. 24403. (a) A motor vehicle may be equipped with not more than two foglamps that may be used with, but may not be used in substitution of, headlamps. (b) On a motor vehicle other than a motorcycle, the foglamp authorized under this section shall be mounted on the front at a height of not less than 12 inches nor more than 30 inches and aimed so that when the vehicle is not loaded none of the high-intensity portion of the light to the left of the center of the vehicle projects higher than a level of four inches below the level of the center of the lamp from which it comes, for a distance of 25 feet in front of the vehicle. Source California DMV

Q: Arkansas

Arkansas (AR) Headlight Law HID Headlights Arkansas. Arkansas is the only place in North American where diamonds have been mined. It is a diverse state, with elevations from 52 to 2400 feet above sea level, allowing for diverse driving conditions across the state. Over seven hundred people died in automobile crashes in Arkansas last year. In addition to the loss of life, it cost the State over 2 billion dollars. HID lights increase visability and can help reduce accidents. They are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. State Law: Title 27 - Transportation Subtitle 3 - Motor Vehicles And Their Equipment Chapter 36 - Lighting Regulations Subchapter 2 - Lighting Requirements Generally 27-36-208. Special restrictions on lamps. (a) Any lighted lamp or illuminating device upon a motor vehicle, other than headlamps, spot lamps, auxiliary lamps, flashing turn signals, emergency vehicle warning lamps, and school bus warning lamps, which projects a beam of light of an intensity greater than three hundred (300) candlepower shall be so directed that no part of the high intensity portion of the beam will strike the level of the roadway on which the vehicle stands at a distance of more than seventy-five feet (75') from the vehicle. (2) This subsection shall not apply to any vehicle upon which a red light visible from the front is expressly authorized or required by this subchapter. Source Arkansas DMV

Q: Alaska

Alaska (AK) Headlight Law HID Headlights Alaska. Is it legal to covert your headlights to HID in the state of Alaska? Do I need special headlight housings? Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. Adverse weather conditions in Alaska can make driving hazardous both day and night and is a contributing factor in many accidents. Adequate visibility is a must driving in Alaska’s vast wilderness and our HID kits can provide more than enough light for you to travel safely on Alaskan roadways. Our kits are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. State Law: Motorists in Alaska must drive with headlights on where a roadway is posted to do so. 13 AAC 04.010. When lights are required (a) Every vehicle traveling on a highway or other vehicular way or area within the state must illuminate lights (b) (1) between one half hour after sunset and one half hour before sunrise; or (c) (2) at any other time when, because of insufficient light or other atmospheric conditions, persons or vehicles on the highway are not clearly discernible at a distance of 1000 feet. (d) (b) Stop lights, turn signals, and other signaling devices must be illuminated as required by this chapter. (e) (c) Every vehicle traveling on a highway or vehicular way or area must illuminate lights when traveling on any roadway that is posted with signs requiring the use of headlights. (f) (d) For the purposes of (c) of this section, lights include low intensity headlights and daytime running lamp devices that meet the standards in 49 C.F.R. 571 (revised as of August 29, 1996), if the headlights are not otherwise required under (a)(1) or (2) of this section. Source Alaska DMV

Q: Alabama

Alabama (AL) Headlight Law HID Headlights Alabama. Can I legally convert my headlights to HID in the state of Alabama? Can HIDs be fitted without any headlight modification? Headlight laws vary from state to state. Under federal regulations only department of transport approved headlights are allowed, however it's the states that enforce these regulations and they have their own headlight laws. MotorFiend has sold over 14,000 HID Headlight Conversion Kits to customers throughout the United States. The feedback we receive from our customers is that they're not causing any problems with law enforcement. We also have shipping containers for sale in Mobile, Alabama for storing your car or truck in. We suggest using choosing the whiter tones such as the 4,300K or 6,000K kits if you don't want to stand out in the crowd. In 2009 there was in excess of 95,000 car wrecks in the state of Alabama which resulted in 848 fatalities. Night time visibility is an issue for many drivers in Alabama. A contributing factor is the dull headlights installed by the factory. You can easily improve your headlight output by installing a HID headlight conversion kit. Our kits are plug and play, which means they install easily into your existing car's wiring harness. We offer free shipping nationwide and our products are backed up by a one year warranty and a friendly customer service team. See and be seen with HID headlights. State Law: ALA CODE § 32-5-242 : Alabama Code - Section 32-5-242: REQUIREMENTS AS TO HEAD LAMPS AND AUXILIARY DRIVING LAMPS (b) Head lamps on motor vehicles. (1) Every motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle, shall be equipped with at least two but not more than four head lamps, with at least one but not more than two on each side of the front of the motor vehicle. The head lamps shall comply with the requirements and limitations of Section 32-5-242. (2) Every motorcycle and every motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least one and not more than two head lamps which shall comply with the requirements and limitations of Section 32-5-242. (3) Every head lamp upon every new motor vehicle sold after January 1, 1950, including every motorcycle and motor-driven cycle, shall be located at a height measured from the center of the head lamp of not more than 54 inches nor less than 24 inches to be measured as set forth in Section 32-5-242. Source Alabama DMV