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This page is intended to provide points of contact for lighting enforcement officials with federal, state, or local agencies.  As you can see, the list is rather short, but it is just getting started.

As noted on the home page, this website is not affiliated with any federal, state, or local agency and is simply providing publicly available information regarding motor vehicle lighting and available laws.  The listing of any official on this page is not an indication of his/her organizations endorsement of this site, or the views expressed within.

If you would like to be included in this listing as a resource for motor vehicle lighting enforcement issues in your community, please send us your name, title, organization, and organization web address for motor vehicle lighting related issues (or the main page).  Your request must come from your "official" organization email account to be considered, and this address will be listed below.  If a request is received from, for example, "cops@bigstick.com," it will be discarded because bigstick is not a recognized agency that would deal with the enforcement of motor vehicle lighting laws.  However, if you are a trooper, state inspector, state DOT, local LEO,  Customs agent, etc... we would like to include you here for the benefit of other enforcement officials and the consumer.

Organization Name (Email) / Title Email address motor vehicle lighting web address

FEDERAL ORGANIZATIONS

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Mr. Richard Van Iderstine Can answer questions regarding FMVSS No. 108. www.nhtsa.dot.gov
Chief, Visibility and Injury Prevention Division
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Mr. Michael Cole Can answer questions regarding FMVSS No. 108 compliance issues. www.nhtsa.dot.gov
Safety Compliance Engineer

COMPLIANCE ORGANIZATIONS

Automotive Manufacturers Equipment Compliance  Agency (AMECA) Mr. Kevin Wolford AMECA maintains a listing of items that have been tested and currently comply with the applicable standards.  Some states require lighting equipment to be on this list. www.ameca.org
Assistant Executive Director

STATE/LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

CALIFORNIA

San Jose Police Department Officer Bill Hoyt Can answer questions regarding California Vehicle Code and the enforcement of street racing violations. California Vehicle Code
Patrol Officer
Fremont Police Department Officer Butch Miller Can answer questions regarding California Vehicle Code and the enforcement of street racing violations. California Vehicle Code
Crime Scene Investigator
Fremont Police Department Officer J. Rosette Can answer questions regarding California Vehicle Code and the enforcement of street racing violations. California Vehicle Code
Traffic Officer
OREGON
Oregon Dept. of Transportation (ODOT) Mr. Stan Porter Can answer questions regarding Oregon motor vehicle lighting laws. Oregon adopts FMVSS No. 108
Safety Standards Coordinator
UTAH
Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Greg Lundell Can answer questions concerning the Utah State Safety Inspection Program Utah motor vehicle code.
Vehicle Safety Inspection Supervisor
Springville City Police Department Officer Gary Carter Can answer questions regarding Utah State traffic laws and equipment violations. Utah motor vehicle code.

Utah adopts FMVSS No. 108.

Traffic Officer

 

As noted on the home page, this website is not affiliated with any federal, state, or local agency and is simply providing publicly available information regarding motor vehicle lighting and available laws.  The listing of any official on this page is not an indication of his/her organizations endorsement of this site, or the views expressed within.

 

 
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This site is not affiliated with any Federal, State, or Local organization.  The goal is to be as factual as possible, however, the views expressed on this site are the opinions of the author and should not be used to determine the legality of motor vehicle equipment in accordance with Federal laws.  If you require a legal interpretation of your specific situation concerning FMVSS No. 108, you should contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Office of Chief Counsel.