HERE IS A TIP: If you or your kiddos are thinking about jazzing up your ride by adding some blacked out taillights or headlights, please don’t. They are not legal in the state of Texas. Your vehicle will NOT pass vehicle inspection with them and the DPS tells me that they plan to step up enforcement of the law. I know that they look cool, but people behind you (like me) can’t see your lights at night. I would think people would want BRIGHTER lights instead of blacking them out. I know I want everyone to see I’m stopping.
Jim is an automotive and outdoor lifestyle journalist living in the Texas Hill Country. A journalist by education, he took the long way around though retail operations, business management, manufacturing and supply chain operations that kept him in touch with his automotive interests.
Jim achieves his journalist goals by creating and contributing product reviews, industry news and feature content for electronic and print publications. Jim’s personal ride is a 2008 Inferno Red Chrysler Crossfire Roadster with just 22,000 miles on it.