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    I've learned that different areas use different colored lights on their personal vehicles when responding to a call. Here in Washington State we are only allowed to use green lights. I used to live in Ohio and firefighters used red lights for their personal vehicles. Anybody else use something different where you're at?
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    Default Re: Psst-THIS is a Lights thread

    Originally posted by firecall62
    I've learned that different areas use different colored lights on their personal vehicles when responding to a call. Here in Washington State we are only allowed to use green lights. I used to live in Ohio and firefighters used red lights for their personal vehicles. Anybody else use something different where you're at?
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    I use big, clear ones on the front to see at night, little amber ones on the front that are hooked to that funny little lever on the steering column when I want to turn, and the big, cool red ones on the back that seem to be hooked up to the brake pedal and that funny little lever.

    Oh, yea...and I put two blue-white ones real low on the front so I can see when it's foggy out.

    Pretty cool, huh??

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    "This thread is being closed as it is off-topic and not related to the fire industry." - Isn't that what the Off Duty forum was for?

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