2012 Vermont Statutes
Title 23 Motor Vehicles
§ 1246 Restrictions

23 V.S.A. § 1246. What's This?

§ 1246. Restrictions

A person shall not use on a vehicle of any kind operated on the highway during the period stated in section 1243 of this title any lighting device of over four candle power equipped with a reflector, unless such device and the lens used therein, and such candle power is approved by the commissioner of motor vehicles, nor unless the same shall be so designed, deflected or arranged that a beam of reflected light therefrom, when measured 75 feet or more ahead of the lamps shall not rise more than six inches above the height of the bulb in such lamp and in no event more than 42 inches from the level surface on which the vehicle stands under all conditions of load. When vehicles are approaching each other from opposite directions, spotlights shall not be used except when projecting their rays directly on the ground and at a distance not exceeding 30 feet in front of the vehicle.

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