How would they know? Are your going to tell them? Logically anything you do to your car outside of manufacturers specifications (including tint) would be considered a liability to your car insurance......Just wondering if an insurance company can weasel out of liability because of not DOT spec lighting?
How would they know? Are your going to tell them? Logically anything you do to your car outside of manufacturers specifications (including tint) would be considered a liability to your car insurance......
What would happen if the tree air fresher flew out and stabbed a bystandard in the eye?
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yeah... what this guy said!Overthinking a fuck... When I crashed with triumph, the insurance did check my bike even if crash were my fault. Thanks God I didn't installed the 190 55 17 not homologated rear Tyre.. Otherwise I were really fucked. If they check your bike and you have certain stuff unhomologated... Insurance pays first then revenge on you next. If you live in Europe. Or do you think thousand euros payed for tuv homologation of modified vehicles are a joke. People mediumly keep bikes stock because they aren't able to get what they can do or not... On my own I risk with any bike.. But I'm also fully aware if they get me.. I'm fucked
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Where did you get them. The only place I saw was eBay and it's really expensive and you need to buy the taillight and the "winkers" as separate items which brings it up to about 500 bucks... Ouch!