(a) Any motor vehicle may be equipped with the following signal lamps and devices.
(1) A stop lamp on the rear which shall emit a red or amber light and which shall be actuated upon application of the service (foot) brake and which may but need not be incorporated with a tail lamp.
(2) A lamp or lamps or mechanical signal device which conveys an intelligible signal or warning to another driver approaching from the rear.
(b) A stop lamp shall be capable of being seen and distinguished from a distance of 100 feet to the rear, both during normal sunlight and at nighttime, and a signal lamp or lamps indicating intention to turn shall be capable off being seen and distinguished during the daytime and nighttime from a distance of 100 feet to the front and rear. No stop lamp or signal lamp shall project a glaring or dazzling light and shall be maintained in good working condition.
(Ord. 894, passed 1-5-1950)