Maine State Police warn against using illegal lights on vehicles
PORTLAND (WGME) – The Maine State Police are warning drivers against using illegal lights on their vehicles.
Police say they have seen an increase in the use of white emergency lighting as well as amber lighting.
They say amber lights are authorized for some non-emergency vehicles, but white lights are for emergency-vehicle use only.
Police say it is illegal to use any optional auxiliary lighting that blinks, oscillates, rotate, flashes or is of a color contrary to law.
The fine for violating this law is $154.