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In Iowa, there are no laws specifically addressing their use; however, there are statutes that restrict the colors of lights displayed on public roads. That said, it is legal to purchase, sell and neon underglow lights as long as they meet the requirement of the law.
Make sure all lights visible from the front of your car are either white or amber, those visible from the side of your car must be amber, and those visible from the back of the car must be red. Your license plate lights need to always be white. Flashing lights are strictly prohibited.
According to the Iowa state laws, any volunteer fire department trucks should use the same type of lights as a fire truck. This would be blue flashing lights as long as the vehicle is registered with the DoT as a volunteer fire truck.
The Department for Transport confirms that Blue Lights can be used by First Responder vehicles when responding to a call on behalf of the ambulance service; when on the scene of an emergency; to warn other road users to their presence; to indicate the urgency of their purpose.
The bill makes provisions for lights on vehicles like snowplows and other emergency vehicles. But it also includes a rule that says, "A towing or recovery vehicle, unless owned by the state or municipality, is prohibited from being equipped with red and blue lights."
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A flashing white light, including a flashing headlamp, is permitted on a vehicle pursuant to subsection 7.
The bill makes provisions for lights on vehicles like snowplows and other emergency vehicles. But it also includes a rule that says, "A towing or recovery vehicle, unless owned by the state or municipality, is prohibited from being equipped with red and blue lights."
Ambulance Lights According to the statute in Iowa for ambulances, 321.423. 4.2. f, these vehicles are required to have white lights that flash in order to warn other drivers on the road of the emergency for yielding. The Iowa state law for ambulances does not require the lights and sirens to be going at the same time.
A flashing white light, including a flashing headlamp, is permitted on a vehicle pursuant to subsection 7.
Stock lighting such as taillights, headlights, and backup lights are almost always white. Any rear facing lights and side markers on the rear of a tow truck should be red. Clearance lights are generally an amber led light bar. Many states allow tow trucks to amber warning lights.

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