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Bicycle light issue discussed in Iowa Senate

A motorcycle accident that resulted in the injury of three bicyclists and the motorcycle driver in Lyon County prompted a bill in the Iowa Senate. Senate File 241 seeks to instill a $25 fine on bicycle riders who ride without a light during dark hours, the Des Moines Register reported on February 25.

Under current laws, a bicycle rider must use a front and back light or rear reflector at night, or whenever the roadways are too dark for the bicycle rider to see clearly. The motorcycle accident happened because the driver could not see the bicyclists in front of him–they were not wearing lights or reflectors.

The attorneys at The Biker Lawyers, work to protect the legal rights of our clients in Iowa by pursuing financial compensation from those responsible for their accidents. Call our offices at (877) 209-9452 today to learn more about how we may work on your behalf for the funds you need to recover.


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