your opinion was for my sequential Knight Riderz auxiliary LED brake light mikey...not the photon blasters..which are fully DOT approved and legal in all 50 states and go on the front end to make people notice you...and for the record..have had city,county..and state law enforcement behind me and none have blinked twice at my knight rider led...Flickering lights do my head in, and I dare say it is the same for others.
As a scholar of the English language, I explained to spdklls that Jumping Jack Flash lights are not legal where he is, according to the rules he posted. He was seeking an interpretation. He installed them anyway, and then almost forgot to put on his pants.
There are a lot of other things that will have greater effect on your safety. Attitude and awareness come first. Not wearing pants could be a good idea; it would surely get you noticed.
I already said thisAustralian models have a pass button on the left switchblock.
Only the front indicators stay lit all the time, the rears act only as blinkers.I already said this
I'm surprised that other countries don't have the high beam trigger, although I was also immensely confused when I found out the US model bikes have indicators on by default (although not flashing) as if they were another set of headlights/taillights
makessense.jpgFront parking lamps are required to be lit whenever the headlight is lit here, so you can tell the difference at night between an oncoming motorcycle and an oncoming car with a headlight out.