Not sure if you are talking about a vehicle for a disabled person or a vehicle that is disabled on the side of the road. If its the former then there are no special lights. If its the latter then the hazard lights on the vehicle will either be amber in the front and rear or amber in the front and red in the rear. Most vehicles the hazards are amber in the front and rear though
No special lights. They have special plates with wheelchair symbol or placard that hangs from mirror. (same symbol) Good question though.
Emergency vehicles should be given right of way all the time. They cannot control the intersection lights but carry their own different types of warning signalswhich can be purchased online at well known stores such as Prestige Emergency Lights and are responsible touse these lights wisely.
It all depends on your state law. Most states do not allow any flashing lights that are the same on emergency vehicles. So you have have to look under your state laws regarding vehicles.
Be sure to keep the rear tail lights, brake lights and signal lights in good working order. To many times you see vehicles with lights missing.
You can only have red lights on the rear of your car. And blue lights are illegal to use on any car on the street they are only for emergency vehicles blue lights are for police only
a collision scene
Vehicles with red and blue lights are usually law enforcement vehicles.
A tow truck is a vehicle used to tow disabled, improperly parked, or otherwise impounded vehicles. Here are the main uses of tow trucks: • Towing disabled vehicles: Tow trucks are used to tow vehicles that are disabled due to accidents, mechanical failures, or other issues that prevent the vehicle from operating properly. This includes vehicles with dead batteries, flat tires, broken axles, etc. • Removing impounded vehicles: When a vehicle is impounded by law enforcement, a tow truck is often used to remove the vehicle from the location and transport it to an impound lot. This includes vehicles that were illegally parked, abandoned, or seized by police. • Providing roadside assistance: Tow trucks are often dispatched to provide roadside assistance to motorists, such as changing flat tires, jumpstarting vehicles, and providing fuel. Many tow companies offer roadside assistance plans. • Commercial towing: Tow trucks tow cargo trailers, campers, boats, and other commercial vehicles when needed for maintenance or repairs. They also transport these vehicles between locations, such as from factories to dealerships. • Emergency response: Tow trucks are employed for emergency response for incidents involving overturned vehicles or vehicles blocking roadways.
NONE, They don't care.
Yes. Some regions have restrictions on the placement, colour, brightness and use of those lights, so you may want to check that these will be okay or read the relevant laws regarding it.
Emergency vehicles lights are used to get the attention of other vehicles and for them to move out of the way. This is because such vehicles are usually going to an emergency and need to get there as soon as possible, therefore they need a special signal for other vehicles to move out.
Strobes are flashing lights, as on police vehicles.
Blue and red
On vehicles with Daytime Running Lights, (DRL) yes.
I think that its called Colour ID