The Senate Transportation Committee will consider a bill on Wednesday that would allow slow-moving vehicles without motors to use reflective tape for safety purposes rather than the slow-moving vehicle signs.
The bill by Sen. Ken Winters, a Murray Republican, and other senators, would also provide an alternative lighting system.
The committee will meet at 9:30 a.m.
On Tuesday, two state representatives, Johnny Bell, a Glasgow Democrat, and Ron Crimm, a Louisville Republican, spoke in favor of a similar measure in the House Transportation Committee.
Crimm also has a bill that would allow use of lanterns on the sides of buggies.
The proposals resulted from legal issues involving a group of Amish who object to using the orange, triangular signs on religious grounds.
The proposal is Senate Bill 75.
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