Emergency Lights and Warning Lights

Section 266:78-o

    266:78-o Emergency and Warning Lights; Duties of Official Inspection Stations. –
I. Official inspection stations shall not issue an inspection sticker to a vehicle equipped with emergency lights or warning lights except as authorized in this subdivision. No permit shall be required for such lights if equipped in accordance with this subdivision.
II. Public safety and emergency medical personnel presenting their privately owned vehicles for inspection shall present to the person conducting the inspection an official departmental photo identification or an official identification card or badge from their department. A letter on official stationery from their employer signed by the head of the organization authorizing the lights shall be carried in the vehicle and displayed to any law enforcement officer upon request. Failure to display such authorization shall be prima facie evidence that the vehicle was equipped in violation of this subdivision.
III. The commissioner of safety, by rule adopted pursuant to RSA 541-A, may determine the location and method of use of emergency lights and warning lights.

Source. 2008, 358:12, eff. Sept. 9, 2008.