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ROAD SAFETY ROAD RULES 2017 - REG 223

Using lights when riding an animal-drawn vehicle at night or in hazardous weather conditions

A person must not ride an animal-drawn vehicle at night, or in hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility, unless the vehicle is fitted with, and displays—

        (a)     a white light fitted at or towards the front of each side of the vehicle that is clearly visible for at least 200 metres from the front of the vehicle; and

        (b)     a red light fitted at or towards the rear of each side of the vehicle that is clearly visible for at least 200 metres from the rear of the vehicle; and

        (c)     a red reflector fitted at or towards the rear of each side of the vehicle that is—

              (i)     not over 1·5 metres above ground level; and

              (ii)     clearly visible for at least 50 metres from the rear of the vehicle when light is projected onto it by another vehicle's headlight on low-beam.

Penalty:     3 penalty units.

Note

Low-beam and night are defined in the dictionary.

Division 3—Horns and radar detectors



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