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Exotic exterior lights are not required as the functional ones are, but they can make a car appear nicer and newer. Modified exterior lights can be hooked up on the underside of a car (undercar lights), or can be installed in strips around the body of the car (lighting strips). Though not legal in every state, undercar lights and other exterior lights that are used only for exotic effect make not serve a purpose, but they do transform a car look hipper and more mainstream than cars using only their head lights and tail lights at night.