Check Your Local Laws! We remind customers to check their local laws when it comes to driving or riding with after-market accent lighting turned on (turned off isn't a problem). Keep in mind too that the laws for motorcycles,  cars and trucks (or larger vehicles) are often different. Many states for example have restrictions on what colors can be used while riding a motorcycle on public roads whereas most states don't allow them to be turn on at all for cars. Other states allow only AMBER lights (facing forward or on the side) and RED lights (rear facing) to be used while driving. Also, in many states, riding a motorcycle with RED and/or BLUE lights on will likely earn you a free breakfast with the local authorities! In other states, there are no restrictions whatsoever for motorcycle riders (visibility; a safety issue). Of course riding or driving with accent lights off is never an issue. Same with using them while parked.   Ultimately it is the driver's/rider's responsibility to make sure they are in compliance with all laws in their state and that they operate their vehicle in a safe manner.