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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 29 November 2019 to date (accessed 29 January 2020 at 09:46)
259 Riding at night
The rider of a bicycle must not ride at night, or in hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility, unless the bicycle, or the rider, displays—(a) a flashing or steady white light that is clearly visible for at least 200 metres from the front of the bicycle, and(b) a flashing or steady red light that is clearly visible for at least 200 metres from the rear of the bicycle, and(c) a red reflector that is clearly visible for at least 50 metres from the rear of the bicycle when light is projected onto it by a vehicle’s headlight on low-beam.Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.Note.Low-beam and night are defined in the Dictionary.