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    Nav lights for my boat..Cause we can do it in Canada..

    No law states that we can't ride @ night time as long as we have proper NAV lights...in Canada...I don't tend to go much over 30mph in the dark though and I don't usually go out unless there is sufficiant Moon lighting..Moonless nights are kind of to dark....You would be very supprised at how much the moon lights up the lake at nite..
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    They are Led so they are waterproof as well

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    That looks cool Mike. It has a factory look to it.

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    The Canadian rule book says they would prefer you didn't.
    But because the Government has no balls you can do it.
    It looks really good on there.
    What are you using for an anchor light?

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    I am calling MTV's "Pimp My Ride" and have them start a new segment for PWC's.

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    All that is for is for you to take the ole lady out on the ski at
    night and well we all know!!!!!


    LMAO!!



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    You will be going faster than 30mph!!!



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    I was actually wondering about that rcently. I have to look into marylands rules. See when we party with friends on their boats or on islands we usually have to leave early to make it back before dark. It would be nice to be able to stay longer if we could use lights. Does anyone in the US or maryland know if there's a loop hole?

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    cool where can I get a pair? What about the back of the PWC with a white light?

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    i with we could ride our skis at night... i THOUGHT it was US coast guard law no PWCs at night.... but i know in NY i can't

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    In TN it's no PWC after sundown and before sun up.

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