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Old 07-01-19, 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by njkayaker View Post
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What "research"? Flashing red lights are common on aerials, towers, airplanes. All sorts of things.
Kudos. You were very patient with him. More so than I would have been. Why are some cyclists so contrary? I mean ... even if I read somewhere that red flashers blah, blah ... criminy, I go out at night! I've been in cars at night! I SEE for myself that red flashers trump anything else that is lit at night except another red flasher. Or a white flasher. Bottom line: flashing gets more attention than solid. Its not debatable. And, I could be wrong about it but I think Oregon requires f/r flashers to be legal, so regardless of how effective or not one thinks they are, it's a moot point. And red it better be if its the rear one.
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