Motorcycle warning lights and their work at a glance

Warning lights are in place to indicate a potential hazard. The lights have their own color to clarify the intensity of the problem.

Typically, a motorcycle has 5 to 8 warning lights, such as Engine temperature, ignition, ABS, oil pressure, engine management, neutral, and indicator lights.

Red light to indicate a serious warning

The yellow light indicates a caution or warning

A flashing red light indicates an emergency

Do not ever stop in the middle of the road to look at the warning lights; this is considered dangerous and could lead to an accident.

Slow down, especially if you are approaching or passing a motorcycle with any warning lights

Respect the safety measures for motorcyclists – always wear a helmet, stay aware of your surroundings, and drive defensively

Do not ever stop in the middle of the road to look at the warning lights; this is considered dangerous and could lead to an accident.