Are 5000K bulbs legal?

1 Answer:
  • Muhammad Hafizuddin
    Bulbs around 5000K are illegal unless using off-road, and will appear to have a distinctive white light with a slight blue tint. If you're after a Xenon HID effect, your best choice is the Philips Diamond Vision range. Because these bulbs have a Kelvin rating of 5000K, they're not legal for road use.6 Mar 2018
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