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I think flashing red light is for emergency use only... Maybe could while parked?
Moving slowly isn't flashing, but yes, no red allowed on front while in traffic.

Every state is different. To even have a yellow flasher mounted (even if not being used) that's not part of the four-square, you have to have a specific permit in Nevada. Of course, anyone can have yellow or green lights in California.

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Hi everybody.
I’m thinking a fun project to do while we are waiting for our trucks would be to do a rendering of a mad max style interceptor cybertruck. I suck at that stuff but have some good ideas and I am sure many of you would too. Perhaps adding some crusty old solar panels or a multi fuel generator in the bed. If anyone has the skills to take it on.

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Alright. I did a thing. Here's my Cybertruck firepit. I'll post pictures of it with a fire in the bed shortly. It isn't quite done yet and no, I'm not going to make it perfect (obviously). I mean, it's a fire pit.

It weighs in at a bit over 60 pounds for anyone curious about that. I'm aware the windows aren't quite right. My daughter taped them out and I didn't notice. There is a bed cover, fire box, and ash catching tray incorporated. The wheels are made from single pieces of steel that was cut out and folded to make wheel shapes. They do not move. Heck, the whole thing doesn't move without my back letting me know that I'm in danger territory! Man, I'm going to have to fix those windows now that I've noticed, I can't un-notice it.
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Alright. I did a thing. Here's my Cybertruck firepit. I'll post pictures of it with a fire in the bed shortly. It isn't quite done yet and no, I'm not going to make it perfect (obviously). I mean, it's a fire pit.

It weighs in at a bit over 60 pounds for anyone curious about that. I'm aware the windows aren't quite right. My daughter taped them out and I didn't notice. There is a bed cover, fire box, and ash catching tray incorporated. The wheels are made from single pieces of steel that was cut out and folded to make wheel shapes. They do not move. Heck, the whole thing doesn't move without my back letting me know that I'm in danger territory! Man, I'm going to have to fix those windows now that I've noticed, I can't un-notice it.
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Its so cool can't wait to see the pictures with the fire going!
 

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The way the firebox is basically inside a hollow truck, the fire can shine past the firebox, internal to the truck, and shine on the ground immediately to the front. My daughter said "It looks like he's flashing his hazards". I tried to capture it with a quick video.
 

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This is how you would guarantee future sales. Get into impressionable minds before anyone else does (I was talking about my mind but this kid is there too):

 
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