Yes, you're right,they're illegal in Tx,but just like the tinted windows,there certain degrees of the darkness could be legal.Mine are not too dark,at nights the lights are still bright.So far,I have not gotten pulled over yet.4603pba said:Be careful with the smoke covers. In most states they are not legal, including Texas. I don't know of anyone being ticketed for this but you could be. I have also seen some which cut down the light at night. I think that is why they are illegal.
SandstonePilot,sandstonepilot said:I bought the headlight protectors from MacNeil, where I bought my Weathertech mats. They were 39.95 I believe. I put them on the Pilot in about 30-40 minutes, with my 7 year old son helping. His job was to keep my fingers moist with a water alcohol solution, which is KEY to avoiding fingerprints on the finished product.
It came out GREAT, they fit perfectly, cover the entire light.
I have similar gaurds on my 99 Subaru, they are nearly 4 years old now, and have saved me big bucks. Here in New Mexico, there are lots of rocks and gravel getting kicked up all the time, ready to break lenses and windshields.:2:
Wonder if they're as thick as those I bought from Stoneguard.Prices are different, though.I paid 59 dollars for a pair.I still have 1 piece.The orther was wasted after I took if off.sandstonepilot said:the ones on the Soob were 40 mils thick, I believe the Honda's are the same, they seemed the same thickness when I installed them.