Friday, September 1, 2017

Motorcycle Helmet Laws

motorcycle helmet laws
Before leaving for a long-distance ride, check out our list of which states have universal laws requiring helmet use. Some states, such as Florida, Kentucky, and Michigan has clauses that require insurance coverage for riders 21 and older who choose not to wear a helmet. The best move is to keep things simple and safe: Wear a quality, DOT-approved helmet even if it’s not the law in your state or wherever you are traveling.
StateMotorcycle law
AlabamaAll riders
Alaska17 and younger
Arizona17 and younger
Arkansas20 and younger
CaliforniaAll riders
Colorado17 and younger riders and passengers
Connecticut17 and younger
Delaware18 and younger
District of ColumbiaAll riders
Florida20 and younger
GeorgiaAll riders
Hawaii17 and younger
Idaho17 and younger
IllinoisNo law
Indiana17 and younger
IowaNo law
Kansas17 and younger
Kentucky20 and younger
LouisianaAll riders
Maine17 and younger
MarylandAll riders
MassachusettsAll riders
Michigan20 and younger
Minnesota17 and younger
MississippiAll riders
MissouriAll riders
Montana17 and younger
NebraskaAll riders
NevadaAll riders
New HampshireNo law
New JerseyAll riders
New Mexico17 and younger
New YorkAll riders
North CarolinaAll riders
North Dakota17 and younger
Ohio17 and younger
Oklahoma17 and younger
OregonAll riders
Pennsylvania20 and younger
Rhode Island20 and younger
South Carolina20 and younger
South Dakota17 and younger
TennesseeAll riders
Texas20 and younger
Utah17 and younger
VermontAll riders
VirginiaAll riders
WashingtonAll riders
West VirginiaAll riders
Wisconsin17 and younger
Wyoming17 and younger

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