My question involves vehicle maintenance laws for the State of: Colorado
So according to this document (https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-200...l/05-10136.htm), I suppose, flashing third brake lights are not legal, correct? I'm wondering if it would be legal to have turn signals on the third brake light. The YouTube video link below is a good example of what I'm talking about. Would I get a citation for having this kind of modification in my vehicle in the state of Colorado (or anywhere in the United States really)?
Technically I would consider that as a flashing Center High Mount Stop Lamp (CHMSL) but, then again, it's the turn signals in the CHMSL that are flashing, not the CHMSL itself. It seems kind of shifty just like the sequential turn signals on recent Ford Mustangs which are supposedly illegal yet people still modify it to be so very often (unless they come standard). One could always use an orange/yellow LED light for the turn signals in the CHMSL but maybe some police officers would still consider it the CHMSL? Or is there a law stating the CHMSL must strictly be red too?
Thank you for your time.