By Georgia Holland
As daylight savings ends and winter looms, bike riders across the Snowy Mountains are being urged to make sure their bikes are fitted with working lights.
Anyone riding without lights can be fined by police.
To make sure riders can be seen by other road users, and are complying with the law, riders need a front white light and rear red light when it's dark.
The front light must be able to be seen from 200 metres away and should be attached to the handlebars, while the red light should be attached to the seat post.