How to Add a Third LED Brake Light to Your Scooter

by Steve
(Madison, WI)

I added a third flashing brake light to my Honda 2007 Reflex after I was rear-ended by a car at an intersection. I bought a Knight Riderz flashing LED brake light online, which flashes 4 times then pauses and then repeats when I squeeze the brake lever -- it really catches the eyes of anybody behind me.

I wanted to mount this to the rear spoiler/grab bar, so I made a custom bracket for the LED light using InstaMorph, which is this type of plastic that you heat and mold like soft clay into any shape but is hard when cooled -- very handy stuff that should be useful for all sorts of scooter applications.

I wired up the LED light to the scooter's wiring using a special adapter that just plugged into the taillight connectors of the scooter. Now I have increased visibility and increased safety when braking or stopping, and I don't have to flash my taillights manually to get the attention of the car behind me.

Steve (who's riding a red Honda 2007 Reflex Sport scooter and loving it)

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