Can you define "ricer"? It is derogatory and demeaning even if you don't mean to be either. Can you stop using that word? If you mean "Asian, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese" then please use those words.I'm not finding anything about Victoria specifically, but in Queensland and SA you can only have under car lighting and other external light displays if the vehicle is stationary. I got pinged for a set of 'KITT' lights on the front of my Rodeo up in Queensland, as well as various led's I'd fitted, for using them in motion. They said I was 'impersonating an emergency vehicle' (good job I wasn't using the blue strobe on a magnetic base I had, they'd have really been upset)
Rules here in SA are the same, confirmed by a police officer I know down at Victor - it's fine to hang out with your ricer mates in the KFC carpark, neon's flaring and sound system thrashing away... put those wheels on the road with the lights still on and he'll have you defected shortly after.
I'll ask him if he can verify what the rules are in Victoria, but I'd think probably the same, stationary only.
thanks of your findingsOK, back on topic, see point 14 (right at the bottom of this PDF)
There's one they could ping you with, for underbody lighting:
Rule 118 (2) of the Standards for Registration (Schedule 2 of the Road Safety (Vehicles) Regulations 2009) states that a vehicle must not be fitted with a light or reflector not mentioned in the Vehicle Standards without the written approval of VicRoads
A 'ricer' has absolutely nothing to do with Asians. A ricer is typically a title for those who are all show but no go (basicly stance cars) but pretend like they are faster with really (and I mean really) cheap mods that they find on ebay or amazon. So before u comment give it a small resurch before commenting.. Have a nice dayCan you define "ricer"? It is derogatory and demeaning even if you don't mean to be either. Can you stop using that word? If you mean "Asian, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese" then please use those words.