-Check in time (now) whether your light still works.
-Remove batteries from the lamp when they run out, otherwise they will destroy your lamp.
-Make sure you adjust your lamp properly. It’s very annoying when your oncoming traffic shines right in their face.
-Buy a headlight that can be opened with a screw. In our bicycle lighting campaigns we often see headlights with invisible click connections that are almost impossible to open.
-Buy a lamp with a strong attachment to the lamp hook or the front fender. An expensive lamp is regularly stuck with a fragile piece of plastic. Guaranteed to break if your bike falls over.
-Choose a headlight with LED batteries.
-Another vulnerable point: the switch.
Post time: Oct-13-2021