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What are the laws on orange emergency lights in vehicles in Wisconsin such as a lightbar or deck mounted lights?

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2007-12-19 21:38:57
2007-12-19 21:38:57

I did some online research on your question. I found some useful info on your states official Dept. of Transportation site. What I found is here: http://www.legis.state.wi.us/Statutes/Stat0347.pdf

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