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Does anyone know where I can get or how I can make a switch for hazard lights? Riding with the Patriot Guard, I do a lot of funeral escorts so it would be beneficial to have. Google didn't prove very useful in my search unfortunately, so I'm hoping someone here will know of something that could be done. Thanks
 

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I just ride without them. I never thought it was a good idea for groups to ride with them on, anyway. It makes it hard to notice if the guy in front of you hits his brakes.

The only time it was ever an "issue" for me, a Harley guy was beside me (at a PGR mission) showing me how to turn mine on using both thumbs. I told him the Japs must not have seen a need to put hazard lights on their bikes.

As for your question, there are kits to be had. Some one will pop up here & direct you. It sounds like a pretty easy project.
 

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Does anyone know where I can get or how I can make a switch for hazard lights? Riding with the Patriot Guard, I do a lot of funeral escorts so it would be beneficial to have. Google didn't prove very useful in my search unfortunately, so I'm hoping someone here will know of something that could be done. Thanks
I worked for a private company that performed funeral escorts. The bikes used a rotating emergency vehicle light pod on a small pole on the back of the bike (they were already equipped Police bikes) but the housing was amber instead of police red. A toggle switch activated it. Being amber it avoided breaking any laws. It needs to be mounted on a flagpole style platform with elevation at least to eye level of most drivers in your area.
FAR better than hazard lights.
 
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