ACL Taxi Light C10
Made in America
If this model doesn't suit your needs, check our NLSC Taxi Lights page for over 65 styles and our ACL Lights page for 32 styles of lights. Also see the Big City Lites page for 6 styles that are the default in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and Washington DC. Our lights and signs are available in a huge range of additional styles, shapes and sizes for every fleet need from cab and taxis to tour and shuttle buses, hotel livery, delivery vans, government vehicles, drivers education and security cars, and other unique automotive identification needs. Lights can be customized to suit your needs. We have a wide range of models available in either permanent or temporary mountings.
All lights complete with bulbs, wiring and stainless steel base with weather seal attached. Standard bases are secured by concealed metal screws. Optional 3" magnetic attachments available at an extra charge. Units with Status Areas and regular domes have separate lighting for each area, and separate wiring for each function. Units with one or more bubbles have separate, common wiring for the bubble/s. Replacement parts also available. Made in America since 1951.
This model can have separately lighted "Vacant" indicator on the top of the dome. Note that some localities require that such an indicator be present and lighted when a cab has no fare. Always check with your local government before ordering top lights, as local ordinances control displays, colors and bubble colors. Most areas limit the use of red or blue bubble lights to official emergency vehicles.
This model has a separately lit "bubble" or tattletale on top. Our tattletale bubbles are on a individual circuit so they can be wired to the meter to show when the cab is occupied. Some localities require that such an indicator be present and lighted when a cab has a fare. Always check with your local government before ordering top lights, as local ordinances control displays, colors and bubble colors. Many localities restrict the use of red or blue bubble lights to official emergency vehicles.