Tail lights have long been available for bicycles. In places like Germany they’re mandatory and technically specified. In places like the US they’re neither regulated nor specified, so a bike taillight is pretty much any red light someone wants
Authorities in the Indian state of Kerela are aggressively cracking down on headlamp hacks. Anyone with an “HID kit” or “LED conversion” in their headlamps stands to have their driving licence and vehicle registration canceled by order of the state Transport Commissioner.
Oxford, Mississippi—home to the University of Mississippi—is trying out a new tactic to get drivers to keep their car lights in proper repair. Instead of writing tickets for faulty lights on their vehicles, they’re handing out repair vouchers.
Hyundai Motor of America say Depo, a Taiwanese maker of cheap imitation replacement lamps, are infringing on the automaker’s patented headlamp designs.
In a complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Hyundai say
A new law in the Canadian province of New Brunswick means driving without lights on during the daytime can be fined CAD $172.50 and be smacked
The Southeastern U.S. State of Kentucky will begin on 1 July enforcing a new law: vehicle headlamps must comply with US Federal Motor Vehicle
Misuse of high-beam headlamps is endemic in China; many drivers use their high beams even in dense traffic, without regard for the resultant danger and disomfort. Now, police in the Guangdong Province city of Shenzhen are trying something of a Biblical,