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No way anyone's headlights ever blinded an oncoming driver in the daylight, don't care what the law says. ....
Since I apparently am developing cataracts, they take a while to effect your vision noticeably, any bright lights, including high beams during daylight, annoy, irritate, or distract my driving. Just because they don't bother you, well everyone's tolerances are different. And I just passed my DMV eye test, so don't think it's only my problem. If anybody feels they have to drive with their high beams on all the time, well maybe they should just take the bus.
Don't think people can see a gun?How about a stumper bicker that reads, "start seeing motorcycles"?
I voted with my wallet. Just picked up a new AGV K5 on closeout (guzzi content )in high viz green and black.
I thought we weren't supposed to talk guns here? AGV K5 vs AK 47... get it? just playing.
Another piece of strong support for headlight modulators - they work very well. First thing I do when buying a new bike is to fit http://www.signaldynamics.com/ front and rear modulators/tail light flashers (did it to the Laverda I just bought). Never understood riders who are against them, or their typical argument that they just ride like they are invisible, as if you can't do both and be safer. The light modulation works well because it happens over time/distance, allowing cagers to perceive you and your speed better vs. just hi-viz gear.All I can tell you is that I clearly see drivers perceive me, while I cover the front brake and keep my speed to 30 MPH around town. They've been proven to work over decades of use.Helmet colors: White or with lots of white, why cops wear them. There are youtube videos on the subject.
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