Get the one you like the looks of. The cagers either won't see you at all, will see you and pull out anyway, will see your turn signal and ignore it...etc.
You're right, every little bit helps!The Safety Queen (ie, me) highly recommends getting signals that stick out a bit. Contrary to Ken's depressing advice, I do think that visible signals can help. Yes, you MUST ride as if you are totally invisible, but there's no reason to make it worse by using truly invisible lighting.
My suggestion is to find a pair of aftermarket lenses that will fit, work well, and look nice.
You're probably right, but I'll bet those allegedly explosive gas tanks on those pickups a few years ago met DOT standards.As long as their current configuration passes DOT laws, I doubt you have a chance in hell winning a lawsuit. Of course, if you take into account the stupidity of the court system, anything is possible.
If it happens, Quentin Tarantino will make a movie about it.I think there is a bit of difference between crash worthiness and basic safety lights. Who knows, maybe that new Harley back end will explode and rip somebodys ass off!