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Dear Sectioned Detection, Thanks for the reply. I did ask another police site also. They concur; there is no legislation against it, but best remove before going on a motorway. Kind Regards Ray
Hello, I've tried to Google this but could not really get an answer. Are headlight covers legal to use in the daytime ; not vinyl film but actual clip-on covers that totally obscure the headlight. They fix on and off in seconds and do not present any danger in a crash situation; I understand that they would have to be removed between sunset and sunrise , when visibility is low, or when it is raining etc. The car does not have dedicated daytime running lights. Similar principle as pop-up lights, like the TR7. thanks