- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 6, 2015

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Motorcycle owners would be able to attached colored lights to their bikes under a bill the state Senate has approved.

Current Wisconsin law prohibits operating a motor vehicle with lights other than white or amber in front and red in the rear. The bill’s main sponsor, Republican Rep. John Jagler of Watertown, says colored LED lights are becoming more popular on motorcycles. Under the bill, people could equip their motorcycles with any color lights aside from red, blue or amber as long as they shine down and don’t flash or rotate.

The Assembly passed the bill last month. The Senate passed the bill on a voice vote on Wednesday. The bill goes next to Gov. Scott Walker.


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