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      03-05-2008, 02:39 PM   #13
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Is there a liability issue with painting the reflectors? Meaning, if you were in an accident at night, could an insurance company deny you payment because stock reflectors were not functional?
The reflectors are not very effective at night with your headlights on because they are so close to the headlights, people are going to see your headlights and parking lights first because they are brighter, not the reflectors. The reflectors are there for when your vehicle is parked or not in operation. If someone hits your car at night while it's parked, I think they'd have a tough time proving that it was your fault, if you weren't in the vehicle. There are many, many obsticles in or near roads without reflectors on them.
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