Georgia Blue Dot Bill Signed Into Law

Working with State Representative Member Calvin Hill, the SEMA Action Network (SAN) amended legislation in Georgia to permit the use of blue-dot taillights on antique, hobby and special interest vehicles. The measure was signed into law by Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue. The bill was introduced to ban flashing, blinking, revolving or stationary blue lights on all but vehicles owned or leased by law enforcement agencies. Under the SAN amendment, these specified vehicles will be permitted to display a blue light or lights of up to one inch in diameter as part of a vehicle’s rear stop lamps, rear-turning indicator lamps, rear hazard lamps and rear reflectors.