DON’T DELAY! Please voice your Support for H.B. 3053 immediately from Governor Jim Justice by emailing now:
H.B. 3053 still requires that light bars be turned off when vehicles are being operated on roads and highways.
- H.B. 3053 promotes the fact that many off-road hobbyists prefer the performance and design of aftermarket lighting equipment.
- H.B. 3053 promotes the fact that aftermarket lighting systems, including light bars, have many legitimate off-highway uses including the facilitation of hunting and camping activities.
- H.B. 3053 promotes the fact that aftermarket lighting systems are manufactured to improve off-road safety.
Overview: Legislation (H.B. 3053) to eliminate the requirement that roof-mounted off-road light bars be covered when vehicles are operated on roads and highways was approved by West Virginia Senate. The bill also raises the number of permissible auxiliary passing lamps and auxiliary driving lamps from one to two. Having already been approved by the House, the bill next moves to the governor for his signature and enactment into law.