Although details have not been specified, the bill has predictably drawn comments of concern and criticism from those who fear safety or enforcement problems. It is unclear what constitutes the "due care" that the law requires motorcyclists to exercise before they can ride through a red light. Certainly riders will be expected to come to a full stop before they continue through the red, and presumably they will be considered in violation if they violate the right-of-way of a driver who has a green light. But will they be expected to wait the three minutes that some lights require to make a full cycle? If a light is on a rider's regular route and he knows it won't respond to his bike, can he go as soon it is safe to do so? And if a rider can't tell if it's safe to ride through the signal-controlled area, can he do so anyway? If the light is on a timer instead of a sensor, can a motorcyclist be cited for riding through it?