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Re: [T3] Proper operation

Maybe there is none, that they just let the cars have what is issued by the car
manufacturers? I have noticed on the news (yeah, I do notice stuff like that)
that the Chevy ambulances you got there are US spec, and not Euro spec in

73 Variant L

Daniel Baum wrote:

> Hi all,
> It would be interesting to know what the law is over here in Israel. While
> almost every car on the roads here has the "European" spec of amber
> indicators front and rear, some American cars and vans (but not all of them)
> such as the Chevrolet Cavalier have red indicators in the rear. This is
> presumably legal too. There aren't that many American cars on the roads here
> so it's quite confusing to see what looks like a flashing brake light up
> ahead.
> My 1999 Hyundai Accent has front and rear indicators that have white clear
> lenses, but flash amber. Presumably the bulbs are tinted rather than the
> lenses.
> Daniel Baum
> >
> >
> > Dave Campen wrote:
> >
> > > I've just remembered that
> > > white front and red rear turn-signals/ indicators are legal on pre '65
> cars
> > > in the UK, although they were never common practice.
> >
> > I believe the same is true for Norway, legal on pre-67 cars which means I
> can
> > not have US spec tail lights on my 68 Bug (or my 73 for that matter).
> >
> > PerL
> > 73 Variant L
> >
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