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Guest i<3ramen

yeah, ive known of cops who given people tickets because one of their headlights was out. a while ago one of mine died and i got pulled over with a warning. all you need to do if you get a ticket is just to fix it, take a picture and show the receipt to the judge in the`hearing

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Guest aznfishyfart

If one of your headlight burns out, can you be given a ticket?

What if it burned out while you were driving?

yes u can

if it does that sucks but u can still get a ticket

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After your headlight goes out, it's like rolling the dice. Depending on your luck, you may or may not get pulled over. I say just replace it right away, and don't forget to buy another one to keep in the car/home because it may also go out.

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Guest kelvin6

One of the biggest car problems people ignore are burnt out lights (front and/or rear). I do keep a replacement of each type of bulb in my trunk just in case.

I actually don't have a spare headlight bulb, but because my high beams are the same bulb as the low beams (H7 bulb) I can just borrow it from the high beam and replace the seldom if not rarely used high beam bulbs.

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Well since your from California, if you get pulled over you will most likely get a fix it ticket. If you do get the ticket, you don't have to pay a fine, and you have 60 days or so to fix the problem. After you fix it take your car to your local police department.

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Guest kelvin6

What kind of car is this (better yet, do you know the headlight lamp part number (ie: H7, 9006, 9004, etc)? $22 for any single (standard halogen) headlamp bulb is too expensive.

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obviously yea. some douchebag cop gave me a ticket and my friend owned the car for <1hour and we were outside autozone

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