Do I Have to Have Lights on My Bicycle?

Posted by : Milles Law on March 28, 2019

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Most people ride their bicycles during the day. However, you may be in a position where you need to ride your bicycle at night. To avoid unnecessary bicycle accidents, Florida law requires you to have a white light visible from the front of your bike from at least 500 feet away. Your Tallahassee bicycle accident lawyers want you to remain safe while riding your bicycle from sunset to sunrise. In the following video, attorney Eric Milles describes the situations where you must have lights visible on your bicycle.

Video Transcript:

From sunset to sunrise in Florida, you must have a white light visible from the front of your bike from at least 500 feet and a red light visible from at least 600 feet, as well as a red reflector.

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