Light emissions/Neon Underglow Lighting
In California, neon underglow lights are quite slightly, becoming a rage and are legal to use, but , of course, there are some restrictions. Before installing and using such neon underglow lighting, be sure to check to confirm what is permitted. The following will set forth some of the basic guidelines in California relating to neon car and vehicle lights.
California’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) regulates neon underglow lighting. The DMV permits LED lights which emit a diffused non-glaring light which is less than 0.05 candela per square inch (1 candela is essentially equal to the light emitted from one candle). You are advised to check your neon lights’ luminosity when buying them to be certain they are within the standards set and required by the California DMV.