2006 New York Code - Lighting Of Horse Drawn Cabs.



 
    §  17-333  Lighting  of horse drawn cabs. The commissioner of consumer
  affairs shall promulgate rules requiring that  sufficient  lighting,  as
  prescribed  by  such commissioner, be provided on horse drawn cabs which
  operate at  night  or  during  other  periods  of  low  visibility,  and
  requiring  sufficient  lighting on the rear axle of all horse drawn cabs
  where their licenses are affixed. Such rules shall be  enforced  in  the
  same manner as the enforcement of rules relating to horse drawn cabs and
  drivers promulgated pursuant to section 20-384 of the code.

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