Another thought - check to see if your state requires side marker lights - the trucker lights do not address this, it may mean that you need to place a marker light (red) on the rear facing the side.
Just something to check.
On edit - a quick search (not verified) resulted in this from the MS vehicle code:
"SEC. 63-7-25. Visibility of clearance, side-marker, and tail lamps.
Clearance, side-marker, and tail lamps shall, when lighted, be capable of being seen at a distance of five hundred feet under normal atmospheric conditions during the time when lights are required. The light from front clearance lamps shall be visible to the front, from side-marker lamps to the side, and from rear clearance and tail lamps to the rear, of the motor vehicle.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 8229-05; Laws, 1948, ch. 343, Sec. 13"
Basically side markers lamps are used so side street traffic knows the length of the vehicle at night. That is the reason for amber up front and red in the rear...
Last edited by Mr.RonGilbert; 06-06-2011 at 07:25 PM.