OREGON E LAW

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    EMERGENCY LIGHTS, REQUIRED
         816.300 Operation with nonstandard lighting equipment; penalty. (1) A person commits the offense of operation with nonstandard lighting equipment if the person does any of the following:
          (a) Drives or moves on any highway any vehicle equipped with lighting equipment described under ORS 816.040 to 816.290 that does not meet the standards required for the equipment under ORS 816.040 to 816.290.
          (b) Owns a vehicle or combination of vehicles and causes or knowingly permits the vehicle or combination of vehicles to be driven or moved on any highway when the vehicle or combination is equipped with lighting equipment described under ORS 816.040 to 816.290 that does not meet the standards required for the equipment under ORS 816.040 to 816.290.
          (2) The application of this section is subject to the exemptions from this section established under ORS 816.310.
          (3) The offense described in this section, operation with nonstandard lighting equipment, is a Class C traffic violation.

          816.240 Hazard lights. Each of the following is a requirement for hazard lights as described:
          (1) At least two hazard lights shall be mounted on the front of the vehicle and at least two hazard lights shall be mounted on the rear of the vehicle.
          (2) Hazard lights mounted on the front of the vehicle shall be mounted at the same level as other hazard lights on the front of the vehicle. Hazard lights mounted on the rear of the vehicle shall be mounted at the same level as other hazard lights on the rear of the vehicle.
          (3) Hazard lights shall be as widely spaced laterally on the front and rear of the vehicle as practicable.
          (4) Hazard lights on a vehicle shall flash simultaneously with each other.
          (5) Hazard lights on the front of a vehicle may be white or amber lights. Hazard lights on the rear of a vehicle may be amber or red lights.
          (6) Hazard lights shall be visible from a distance of not less than 500 feet under normal atmospheric conditions at night.
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