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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 29 November 2019 to date (accessed 26 January 2020 at 05:37)
Part 13 Division 2
Division 2 Lights on animal-drawn vehicles
223   Using lights when riding an animal-drawn vehicle at night or in hazardous weather conditions
A person must not ride an animal-drawn vehicle at night, or in hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility, unless the vehicle is fitted with, and displays—
(a)  a white light fitted at or towards the front of each side of the vehicle that is clearly visible for at least 200 metres from the front of the vehicle, and
(b)  a red light fitted at or towards the rear of each side of the vehicle that is clearly visible for at least 200 metres from the rear of the vehicle, and
(c)  a red reflector fitted at or towards the rear of each side of the vehicle that is—
(i)  not over 1.5 metres above ground level, and
(ii)  clearly visible for at least 50 metres from the rear of the vehicle when light is projected onto it by another vehicle’s headlight on low-beam.
Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.
Note.
 Low-beam and night are defined in the Dictionary.