Do motorcycles need high and low beam head lights ? anyone
Well that's kind of an interesting question depending on why you ask. I would be interested in the statute. I think if you have high beams, you will need a switch and indicator and if you don't have low beams, then that would be a show stopper. But if you have only low beams, I can not find a law that says you have to use high beams. There are lots of recommendations when to use high beams, but no law I have found. It could be covered and thereby required under original equipment operational function. So, I don't have the answer, but would be really interested in someone who has a link to a statute that requires it.
Would need to know in what context you ask the question.
So you are indicating you don't want to see the idiot texting and about to plow into you while you sit patiently at a stop light. Well...okay but most want to watch their six so they don't get creamed. Good luck looking cool with your internals oozing onto the payment.I don't need no stinkin' mirrors.
I just need to look cool where I'm going
Well I guess it depends on how you look at it. Does it need it not necessarily for example my 2017 Suzuki drz125l doesn’t have light period. However my 1980 Suzuki DS250 does have a headlight and tail light though neither of them actually work. Then you have my 1980 Honda CT70 when it was new it was street legal though over the decades it’s lost everything but the headlight so it’s strictly an off-road motorcycle now. Not one of my 3 need lights however if you want one on the street you need them. It’s a good idea regardless. There’s a reason that motorcycles after 81 don’t have a headlight switch and are instead wired to be on when the bike is on.