You know I did not know you had to have your off-road lights covered on road until recently
I TRIED to remember to cover them... but I only made damned sure I covered them after I did my monthly "circle in a parking lot at night" to check for burned out lighting that I noticed that when they were not covered, they were a VERY bright red from the 3rd brake light reflection.
Company that installed the cap now removes the lamps from the high mount, but they didn't do that in 2005.
The front lights are low enough, and being only 55 watt, as long as I only ran them with the high beams, and as long as my lows and fogs shut off properly, they were legal at that height without being covered.
I wired them without a switch... just relayed them off of the high beams.
The roof rack was powered by a pair of 30a circuits going into a Pelican box in which I had made a relay bank.
Two of the big lights and the front corner lights, and strobes were on one circuit, the other two big lights and the rear lights were on the other.
The relays were switched from here: