How do I fix my rear light cover? (video)
How do you fix a broken taillight lens? (video)
Is it illegal to drive with a smashed tail light?
By law, you need to have both brake lights in working order. If your brake light is out, drivers may not be able to tell and it could cause a collision. It is illegal to drive with a brake light out. However, if you are pulled over by the police, they may be lenient on you and let you go with a warning. via
What does it mean when a cop turns on yellow lights?
Cop cars can be equipped with a spectrum of lights. Yellow cop lights are used to indicate a need for drivers of nearby vehicles to slow down. A police officer might turn them on at the scene of an accident, for example, to warn other drivers that there is debris in the road, and they should approach with caution. via
Can brake lights be purple?
Actually, there are two – sometimes more – light bulbs in the fixture under a red lens. The brake lights are of higher wattage than the tail lights, and when they suddenly come on, the entire lens brightens sharply. The only lights that have to be red are the brake lights. via