I only attach this headlight after dark - 2 bolts & 3 push wires.
I replaced the 12v bulb with a multi voltage side mounted LED that uses the reflectors, so I have the cut off on dipped to prevent blinding drivers. The 3rd wire is for main beam as I have country lanes to navigate before I get to any town.
I used a splitter off the main battery cable to a waterproof box, inside is an inline fuse.
I looked at the MOT for bikes & decided that if that is what is deemed sensible for safety for road use, then I should aim for the same.
So indicators mounted on handlebar mirrors (only used at night as arm signals during the day are clearer)
Also flashing white LEDs (Red at back) at widest part of cycle to emphasize the width (when I was doing a 10 mile single lane country road I experimented with all types & positions of lights & I found that the wider you appear the more space you are given)
During the day I just have the front fork cycle lamp (also with cut off) so I also have a light if needed.