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Thank you, no. I like being as visible as possible at all times.
Especially to those drivers who seem to be on your bumper talking on their phone.

And as others have stated it is probably illegal and even if it isn't cops like to pull you over if they think anything is suspicious as maybe they can find something else.
 

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Nay. Should be illegal to modify factory lights IMO.
Do you feel people should not be able to use aftermarket lights, also?
 

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Do you feel people should not be able to use aftermarket lights, also?
IMO Yes, after market lights create extreme hazards, especially with the headlights aimed directly into the windshield of on coming vehicles. They are installed by mostly do it yourself people who have no clue that the headlights are designed to be directed to brighten the roadway without blinding other drivers. Manufacturers don’t care, they make these replacement lights without regard to who or how they get installed. As for the dark tail lights, some are so dark as to be almost non existent. Well, you asked.
 
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I remember someone saying months ago that the Ford Maverick was going to be Ford's "Scion xB". Aimed at young people but bought by just as many old people lol. I absolutely believe it too. Most people in this forum seem to be quite a bit older than the supposed "target audience". I think there was a poll done a month or so ago that showed that the two most active age groups on here were like 25-35 and 55-65 or something like that. My dad falls under the latter category and I fall under the former, so I remember thinking it was quite funny that we both have Mav's on order lol.
Goes to show you can always be YOUNG AT HEART when it comes to our wheels!
 

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I like them, blacking out the Maverick word might make it look more cohesive. your safety is not my concern.
 

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Driving city streets in Florida its not if but when you get rear ended. I'm gonna help the driver behind me by having the brightest brake lights I can.
 

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Nay
Unsafe and ages the truck, it looks old.
I'm an old guy and want a safe young looking truck
 

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If it didn't effect the visibility of the light yes, but in this case no.
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