(a) A vehicle may be equipped with a system to supplement the driver's visibility
of the roadway to the front or rear of the vehicle during darkness. This system may incorporate an illuminating device that emits radiation predominantly
in the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum and a display monitor to provide
an image visible to the driver of the vehicle. The system, or any portion of it, shall not obstruct the vision of the driver, and
shall not emit any glaring light visible in any direction or to any person. The illuminating device may be mounted inside the vehicle, if it is constructed
and mounted so as to prevent any direct or reflected light, other than a monitorial
indicator emitted from the device, from being visible to the driver.
(b) The system shall be operated only with the headlamps lighted. An illuminating device for the system shall be interlocked with the headlamp switch
so that it is operable only when the headlamps are lighted.
(c)(1) No part of the illuminating device may be physically or optically combined
with any other required or permitted lighting device.
(2) The illuminating device may be installed within a housing containing other required
or permitted lighting devices, if the function of the other devices is not impaired
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