Rules of the Road

FOG LAMPS

Front fog lamps – Rear fog lamps – No vehicle may be driven on a public road while any fog lamp fitted to such vehicle is lit, except in conditions of poor visibility caused by; snow, fog, mist, dust, or smoke.

SPOT LAMP

A motor vehicle may not be used on a public road if it is fitted with a spot lamp, which can be so adjusted as to enable a beam of light emit therefrom to be deflect in any direction; Provided that a spot lamp which is adjustable— may be fitted and used for official purposes …

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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.