Those definately arent legal. Looks just like the lightbar in the back of police cruisers.
Actually in the state of Illinois (if I am correct), amber lights are legal to have and use in any vehicle. You cannot use or have amy other color though. I've used the amber lights several times when I had my 2000 Expedition. I bought them primarily for working security as a volunteer for activities. I by no means had to have a permit for them and it didn;t matter what kind of amber lights (LED or the usual). You may still want to check your local Laws, but I know they are legal here. Like I said, you cannot have Red, Blue, Green, and you will need to show proof of working for an emergency response team or agency to even get them. You can have white, amber, or a combination of those two, but that's it.Those definately arent legal. Looks just like the lightbar in the back of police cruisers.
"I was driving in the fast lane on the highway in busy traffic, when the car in front of me had the right front tire wander off by itself! I immediately slowed down to give her more room and hit my 4-ways. She did an EXCELLENT job of keeping the car straight and just bringing it to a stop, still in the left lane. I angled my car into the left lane to "encourage" people to move right, then called it in... much longer story that this, but you get the idea." [End Quote]
It would been devastating if someone came along and slammed into your rear. It happens ALL the time, yoiu know? Watch this never ending Highway Accident and you'll know why I am in favor of amber lights for emergencies in my Charger: