Are there restrictions on mounting lights?

As noted above, the applicable laws, regulations and standards vary across Australia but as at October 2015 we understand that most applicable laws, regulations and standards stipulate that auxiliary lights must be mounted so that they do not protrude past the front or rear extremity of the vehicle on which they are fitted. In most cases, this will apply to either an after market fitted ‘bull bar’ or the vehicle’s factory fitted front and rear bumper bar.

Additionally, in most states and territories, existing laws, regulations and standards prohibit the mounting of Bar Lights above the vehicle bonnet line and roof mounted bar lights are not permitted at all.

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