- Oct 7, 2016
- Reaction score
- Members Ride
- ZB RS AWD V6
Makes sense.most things you put on your vehicle needs to be adr compliant, most insurance companies do not go looking to see if your lights are adr compliant unless they are the cause which would make them inspect it.
in some cases just putting custom rims/tyres on can put you in the same boat with adr compliance if they do not match the requirements.
With lights, its probably more of a problem and an area that would be checked especially if night driving. More so if your country driving and a collision with another vehicle occurs - people will jump of anything to avoid blame and a country road during the night and bright headlights is definitely one of them - temporary blindness is something that is often used... people will use anything.