You can't ask for better neighbors than the Amish. Granted, there are as many different types of Amish as there are weeds in the field. Good people through and through and if one develops a human weakness, they deal with it quick. I've heard that someone on the Wisconsin Rapids Boards of Supervisors named Bill Winch wants the Amish to install headlights, turn signals, safety glass and other devices on buggies and require a drivers license to drive a horse drawn buggy. Indiana requires rear triangle reflectors and tail lights but that's it. The Amish go along as it helps their neighbors. Headlights would make things more dangerous as it would blind the horse(s). If the horse can see, it will avoid things. They see much better at night than us humans.