2007 California Vehicle Code Article 4. Parking Lamps

CA Codes (veh:24800-24802)


SECTION 24800-24802

24800.  No vehicle shall be driven at any time with the parking
lamps lighted except when the lamps are being used as turn signal
lamps or when the headlamps are also lighted.

24801.  Parking lamps are those lamps permitted by Section 25106, or
any lamps mounted on the front of a vehicle, designed to be
displayed primarily when the vehicle is parked.

24802.  No lights need be displayed upon a vehicle which is:
   (a) Parked off the roadway and not in a hazardous position on the
highway; or
   (b) Parked with a wheel within 18 inches of a curb; or
   (c) Parked within a business or residence district with a wheel
within 18 inches of a curb or edge of the roadway.

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