BICYCLE LIGHTS LAW REQUIREMENTS IN Hawaii
Bicycling after Dark
It is the law that bicyclists must use headlights and reflectors when riding between thirty minutes after sunset until thirty minutes before sunrise. This equipment must be
1. Front lamp emitting white light that can be seen from
at least 500 feet away, and
2. Red rear reflector that can be seen from 600 feet
3. Reflective material or lighted lamps mounted
on both wheels visible from at least 600 feet
away from the front.
Highly recommended are:
4. White or yellow reflectors on each pedal, shoe or ankle visible from 200 feet away.
At night, watch out for motorists, joggers, walkers, wrong-way cyclists,and small animals.Also keep your eyes open for potholes, loose gravel,misplaced construction signs and even trash that will be hard to see at night.