Rules of the Road

BRAKES

Motorcycle You may not ride a motorcycle on a public road, which is not equipped with two independent braking systems – one of which shall act on the front wheel, and and the other which shall act on the rear wheel or wheels. which is in good working order. Light and Heavy motor vehicles Every …

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HOOTER

No person shall use the hooter of a vehicle except when such use is necessary on the grounds of safety. You may not use a light motor vehicle on a public road unless- it is equipped with a warning device (hooter), which is in good working order and, when used, capable of emitting a sound, …

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LIGHTS

Motorcycles You may not operate any motorcycle, on a public road unless all lamps fitted to such motorcycles are undamaged, properly secured and capable of being lighted at all times; When riding a motorcycle on a public road, the headlamp must be lighted at all times. (During night and day) Light and Heavy Motor Vehicles …

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MAIN BEAM (BRIGHT)

Every headlamp emitting a main-beam (bright), must be so adjusted and maintained that it shall be capable of adequately illuminating an area ahead of the motor vehicle, enabling the driver/rider to see any person, vehicle or substantial object at a distance of at least 100 metres. Remember to dip the main-beam (bright) of your vehicle …

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DIPPED BEAM

Every headlamp emitting a dipped-beam must be so adjusted and maintained to be capable of adequately illuminating an area ahead of the motor vehicle, enabling the driver/rider to see any person, vehicle or substantial object at a distance of at least 45 metres ahead of the motor vehicle.