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I don't see anywhere where it's illegal to ride at night on a PWC but obviously you would need the red/green and the white pole light. If it's not illegal, I'm surprised that they don't make a nice LED battery powered kit that just clamps on or sticks on to a PWC. maneuvering off the lake after the fireworks on the 4th would be wayyyy easier on a PWC.
 

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I don't see anywhere where it's illegal to ride at night on a PWC but obviously you would need the red/green and the white pole light. If it's not illegal, I'm surprised that they don't make a nice LED battery powered kit that just clamps on or sticks on to a PWC. maneuvering off the lake after the fireworks on the 4th would be wayyyy easier on a PWC.
I am fairly certain they make light kits for small inflatables which should be adaptable in a temporary set-up. A permanent one would require in drilling and mounting,running wiring and switching, You would need about an 18 " white stern light ( has to be seen 360 degrees) Then a red and green bow light. Personally:dunno: I don't think permanent ones would hold up under the stress of riding. I know they wouldn't the way I ride
 
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