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GUY BLINDED BY GROUP OF CYCLISTS’ HEADLIGHTS AND ALMOST GOT RUN OVER BY THEM

Something needs to be done about bicycle headlights

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I can’t be the only one is frikin annoyed at these cyclists with their overpowered headlights. Like you do understand you’re essentially high-beaming everyone who’s approaching from the opposite direction, and making it more dangerous for others?

I used to think they used the high powered headlights to illuminate the path in front of them but then I realized that most of these fools point their lights directly up so that it blinds oncoming traffic.

Honestly there needs to be some kind of regulation about this, I literally almost got run over by a group of cyclists, uncle’s and aunties on their stupid foldable bikes, who yelled and scolded me for being on the wrong side of the path as they zoomed past me with their high beams at full blast. They literally only slowed down to scold me

I’m so mad honestly, there should be some kind of maximum brightness allowed for bike headlights. We may even need to do some public education since it seems like more and more Singaporeans have taken up cycling and have brought their shitty entitled attitudes with them as well.

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Sorry not sorry. Rant over.

Netizens’ comments

  • The flashing headlights are really bad also!
    • (OP) Those are the worst, especially on dimly lit pedestrian walkways. It causes a strobe light effect, making it even more difficult to gauge the speed and distance as they approach. Idk how some of these people can be so inconsiderate. All they have to do is angle their lights to shine in front of their front wheel. Oncoming cyclists can still see them, they can see the path better in front of them. Double win.
      But no, instead they chose to flicker their high-beams and get mad when people don’t react to their presence lolll
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