Type: Posts; User: GrapeBandit
welcome to the minority on this topic.:thumbup:
i still dont see how this translates to "tail lights" are mandated to be on a fixed position? because they are not. thanks for proving my point.
only thing that says is that they rename the...
page 33, 8th paragraph, 14th sentence.
yea, you win. i say prove to me with a law, regulation, or statute, you link a ****ing 88 page document lol
yea, ill weep. im not reading all 88 pahes to satisfy you. want to prove me wrong, nows your chance
im exactly right. there is no law that states "tail lights" must be on a fixed body panel. when i said that, everyone jumped down my throat talking about "brake lights".
like i said, prove me wrong...
10 days is "weeks" now. obviously i was right, i don't see anyone posting a US law that says "tail lights" have to be body mounted in a fixed position, but all you asshats jumped down my throat. dumb...
it is indeed happening again. WTF does your link have to do with tail lights? Nothing, it has to do with brake lights. All you clowns keep refering to brake lights when i say tail lights, seems a lot...
Do these tail lights appear to be on a fixed body position?https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190815/ea283695277ed0380da91d87dd0ea3f0.jpg
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IDK about you guys, but my browser says im coming from an audi enthusiast website
we are on an audi forum. perfect example, look at the tail lights on an audi b7 lol, on the trunk!
what country do you live in? in america, 99% of 3rd brake lights are on the trunk or tailgate, and a lot of cars have the lights in the rear quarter panels integrated into the trunk. you must be...