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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