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1. Lights do little if nothing to prevent crime
2. If you're riding at night, you should have a front light on your bike. It's not only the law, it is the #1 thing you can do to improve the safety of yourselves and others.
3. She didn't quite tell riders they were on their own. She said that DDOT is working with the vendors, but if you want to do more than alert DDOT about something they already know about and are already trying to fix, you can contact the vendor. That's not quite the same.
4. These lights are solar powered and not connected to the grid - so not PEPCO.

by David C on Dec 5, 2012 6:56 pm • linkreport

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