Question applies to operating an Airplane.
The part 91 regulation regarding Basic VFR weather minimums in Class G airspace states (in the FAR 91.155 chart):
For aircraft other than helicopters:
Day, except as provided in 91.155(b): 1 statute mile and clear of clouds.
When I refer to 91.155 (b) I don't see any exceptions pertaining to airplanes operating in Class G airspace during the day. The exception noted for airplanes only pertains to night time.
Is there some reason this regulation indicates that an exception does exist for daytime operations?