With the daylight savings time change many bicycle commuters are finding that they are now riding home in the dark.
To help prevent cycling crashes and injuries Salt Lake City, Utah plans to "Light up the night" with FREE lights for cyclists not properly equipped.
State law mandates that bicycles on roadways must be equipped with a white headlight, red taillight or reflector and side reflectors and be visible from at least 500 feet, when riding a half hour after sunset to a half hour before sunrise, or when it’s difficult to see farther than 1,000 feet ahead.
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Source: Deseret News