It's for people who don't know whether they're coming or going...Wolf04 said:There appears to be a new trend up here in Newcastle. Having a flashing red LED on your handlebars!! I've seen four this week already. No lights at all is still the biggest problem but I'm not sure which is more dangerous.
Green is because for a long time you couldn't get white LEDs, or they were very expensive. So the cheap sets came with green or amber ones for the front and red for rear.Terminator said:Dunno what all the Red Green or Yellow is about on the front though or the odd White Green or Yellow on the back.
No, well, you're sensible. I think that might be the difference. That said, I've probably used a green front LED light in the past, but probably only as a backup to a dynamo light.Terminator said:Yeah I remember that but I never rode with a yellow or green LED on
Sorry to hear you get yelled at for pointing it out - does make you wonder what's wrong with people, doesn't it?fossyant said:I'm with you there John, loads of bikes with worn out batteries in the lights.... I might remind the odd one (politely of course), especially if 'm not approaching some traffic lights as they won't catch me.....hmmmm....pull along side, "Your batteries are worn out".....get torrent of abuse.... "Well I've warned you"..... and accellerate away to more abuse...... luvely ! Says me with 6 sets of lights.....
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