Today while traveling down HWY 70 in the Feather River canyon in Northern California, I got pulled over by the California Highway Patrol. I wasn’t speeding so I was curious as to why he made a hardcore u-turn and pulled me over lights blazing. He informed me that I had too many lights on the front of my bike. I have Clearwater Darlas set at 20% on low beam and full on high beam, and my stock headlight. All of this is on a 2014 GS. He had me turn the bike on and he inspected them. He said they were legal in low beam mode. Interesting since that’s what I was running them in when he passed me. He then told me to turn on the high beams. He said “Yep, that’s what I saw.” I said “Nope, you didn’t see that because I had the low beams on.” He accused me of challenging him and we went back and forth for a few minutes. He then said he would let me off with a warning. I asked him what the warning was for. He said I can only have four lights on the front of the bike at one time. I’m confused, wouldn’t the high beam be considered one light, the low beam considered one light, and the auxiliary lights considered two lights add up to four? If anyone living in California can enlighten me I would appreciate it.