Orange emergancy strobe light on roof?

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Orange emergancy strobe light on roof?

Post by baracken » 10 Aug 2014, 13:55

Would it be okey to use something like this http://www.amazon.com/Blazer-C48AW-Emer ... JXQQ5WWJSW on the roof of an ingame car to further clearify that it's "destroyed"?

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Re: Orange emergancy strobe light on roof?

Post by Sgt._Shaw » 11 Aug 2014, 12:36

baracken wrote:Would it be okey to use something like this http://www.amazon.com/Blazer-C48AW-Emer ... JXQQ5WWJSW on the roof of an ingame car to further clearify that it's "destroyed"?

Sure... seen that this year and it was quite good. Better than just using the warning lights.
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Re: Orange emergancy strobe light on roof?

Post by baracken » 11 Aug 2014, 15:55

Yeah that was my train of thought :-)

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Re: Orange emergancy strobe light on roof?

Post by Panzergraf » 11 Aug 2014, 23:56

We used something like that, but LED. Not very visible in daylight, so we also used a deadrag. Very good at night in combination with the warning lights, or by themselves. They don't drain the batteries as much so you can leave it with the ignition off.
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