Virginia Bill Expands Use of Lights on Motorcycles

Delegate L. Preston Bryant, Jr. (R) of Virginia introduced new legislation that allows the use of auxillary lights on motorcycles. HB26 ad...

Delegate L. Preston Bryant, Jr. (R) of Virginia introduced new legislation that allows the use of auxillary lights on motorcycles.

HB26 adds the following text to the State's existing law on motorcycle lights...
Motorcycles may be equipped with low-voltage, low-intensity, steady-burning lights no larger than one-half inch in diameter, provided such lights may be of any color except red or blue.
I'm not quite sure what to make of this. The law already allows motorcycles to have up to two passing lamps on the front, so, this new text doesn't address that. The best I can tell is there may be an issue with bikers running their fog lights continously throughout the day.

Or, it could be that bikers are running engine LEDs colored in blue and red, and causing confusion with other motorists thinking they're being followed by a cop.

Thoughts anyone?

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