How many of you ride with your head light on in daylight and have you encountered problems with keeping the battery charged? Any comments?
Thanks Tom, this site is great for info. I am going to order one now from Spark Moto to go in the bike with the new battery (lead acid).^^^agree with the Oregon Cycle unit. my bike had one on it when I bought it and it works really well, even with my lithium ion battery, though Sparck Moto's unit is plug and play and apparently works well with standard batteries
Roo, As others have said in that States, its been the law since 1979. It's a question that seldom comes up over here. That said, I've been riding since slightly before that time. There were still plenty of bikes on the road for years afterward that weren't equipped with lights that automatically come on with the ignition switch. Mine was one of them! ...it's story time.You should always ride with the headlight on, you want to be as visible as possible for safety. If riding with lights on drains your battery there is a problem with your charging system.