Accessory LED Lights Illegal On Motor Vehicles
The Department of Transport takes this opportunity to inform the public that affixing of LED lights (inclusive of other lights varying in size and color) on to a motor vehicle without the written permission from the Department of Transport is an offence under the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Regulations.
Regulation 159 of the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Substantive Regulation, Chapter 192 of the Laws of Belize Revised Edition 1991 states:
“There shall not be fixed to the vehicle any lamps other than those required by these Regulations except with the written permission of the Department of Transport”.
Persons found in contravention of this Regulation will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Drivers and other road users are hereby reminded to comply with the rules of the road and other Traffic Laws of Belize.
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