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Warning light colors other than amber (which states)


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Anywhere use warning lights other than Amber that are not part of a government, police, fire etc? Also which states allow clear to the rear? I know California doesn't.

 

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I avoid clear warning lights to the rear. They have the tendency to blind oncoming traffic, more so than the other colors anyway.

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We have been using all red here in Michigan for a couple yrs now with no problems and I think they show up twice as good and get a better response from motorists.

“At the end of the day people won't remember what you said or did, they will remember how you made them feel.”

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all amber in ohio. i personally would prefer a red & amber color combination for the entire industry. it would help differentiate us from utility companies, construction trucks and cable providers, etc.

a red /amber combo would be unique to our industry and could help the public move over for us.

 

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We have been using all red here in Michigan for a couple yrs now with no problems and I think they show up twice as good and get a better response from motorists.
Except for color blind people, red is very dark color. Blue is much brighter as is amber.

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