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Bicycle lights are one of the most important safety features for anyone who wants to ride on the road at dawn, dusk or in the night. They help with visibility considerably even during daylight hours as well. The greatest benefit comes when the rider installs and uses both front and back lights at the same time.
Front and back lights attach easily to the bike frame and are powered by the same energy source: your pedaling power. There are also ones with battery packs so the light stays steadier or brighter. Bicycle lights look a lot like smaller car headlights and serve the same purpose. Not only can you see where you are going more clearly, cars and trucks and other cyclists can also see you. This helps you avoid accidents caused by obstructions in the road and unobservant motorists.
Why choose both front and back bicycle lights? You might have seen people riding their bikes at night with only a front headlight instead of both. If you had to choose just one of the bicycle lights, you should pick the front one. However, adding rear lights are also important for visibility. Cars travelling along the same roadway can spot you on the side far in advance and make adjustments to they do not hit you or pass too close for comfort.
Bicycle lights remain an important safety feature that helps ensure an enjoyable ride where everyone goes home uninjured and unstressed.
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