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WAC 204-72-040 - Headlight/Tailight covers. Mounting requirements, specific.Pursuant to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Standard 108, no aftermarket styling ornament or other feature, such as tinted plastic or glass covers, a grille or slotted covers shall be in front of the headlamp lens, or in front of any other lighting devices installed on motor vehicles, except for headlamp concealment devices meeting the requirements of FMVSS 112. Clear aftermarket headlamp covers are exempt from this section.
(1) Clearance, sidemarker, and identification lamps.
(a) Clearance lamps, sidemarker lamps, and combination clearance and sidemarker lamps shall be mounted as specified in FMVSS 108, except for combination clearance and sidemarker lamps on pole trailers which shall be mounted as required by RCW 46.37.090 (5)(c). On vehicles manufactured prior to May 1, 1980, clearance lamps need not be visible at the inboard angles, and clearance and sidemarker lamps need not comply with the mounting height requirements of FMVSS 108.
(b) Identification lamps shall be mounted as specified in FMVSS 108, except where the cab of a vehicle is not more than 42 inches wide at the front roof line a single identification lamp shall be deemed to comply with the requirements for front identification lamps.
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