Holland Bans Lights on Motorcycle Gear

How many of our readers would allow lights on motorcycle gear? I would definitely allow it, but maybe with less options than they have now. The gear would be used when only on a motorcycle, if stopping or backing up or on a ride. For example when you brake, the light would be brighter to inform people behind you that you are braking. I don’t think this would be a bad idea to have lights on motorcycle gear; apparently Holland thought differently. If you have more information on why did Holland ban lights on motorcycle gear, share it with us.

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  1. Dude, I LOVE this idea so much and think it will greatly improve rider safety. I would love to have a jacket like this even though I don’t do a ton of riding at night. Anyway, I have a Dutch friend who travels to his homeland often. Although he doesn’t ride motorcycles, I’ll ask him why he thinks the Dutch have banned this equipment and then, if he has a meaningful response, post it here. 🙂

  2. They did it because regulators like to regulate. They don’t have to know they are right, all they have is a guess.


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