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When i was running newspapers in the wee hours every night here in Virginia, we used a low wattage red light in the dome so we could see our route changes and paperwork. I got stopped by a deputy for, you guessed it, an illegal interior light. Shortly afterward I discovered the law was for anything over FIVE WATTS... these were under. I stuck it back in and waited, and waited, and waited... Guess he got transferred or something. Anyway, is there a wattage spec on those tire valve lights in California? Might be worth looking into. Nothing thrills me more than teaching a LEO (law enforcement officer) the LAW..
Jess
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