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Nevada Motorcycle Safety Laws
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Nevada is a great state for motorcyclists. Popular Nevada sites
including the Las Vegas Strip, Hoover Dam, and Lake Tahoe draw
motorcyclists from all over. While riding in Nevada, motorcyclists
should take steps to ensure their safety; this includes following state
motorcycle safety laws. Below are some Nevada motorcycle safety laws you
should be aware of when riding in Nevada from sources including the
Nevada Rider Motorcycle Safety Program, the American Motorcycle
Association (AMA), and the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles.
training courses are not mandatory in Nevada, although individuals
under the age of 18 must comply with the state’s general driver
has a mandatory helmet law for motorcyclists and passengers. There are
no state restrictions regarding the use of helmet speakers.
· Protective eye gear (glasses, goggles, or face shields) must be worn unless motorcycle is equipped with a windshield.
not have age restrictions for passengers. Motorcyclists carrying
passengers must have a passenger seat and footrest on their bike.
manufactured after 1973 are required to have operating turn signals. In
addition, motorcycles in Nevada should have safety equipment including
two mirrors, a rear reflector, headlamps and tail lamps, fenders, and a
running lights are not required in Nevada. Headlights are only
required from one half hour after sunset to one half hour before
sunrise or in situations where visibility is impaired due to bad
the exception of police officers, it is illegal for motorcyclists in
Nevada to ride between moving or stationary motor vehicles in adjacent
lanes (lane splitting); however, two motorcycles may ride abreast in the
same lane as long as there is consent by both drivers to do so.
motorcyclists must carry liability insurance with a minimum coverage
amount of 15/30/15. Uninsured motorist insurance is not required in
Nevada motorcycle safety laws may help prevent accidents, but
unfortunately, some motorcycle accidents are unavoidable. If you or
someone you love has been seriously injured in a Nevada motorcycle
accident resulting from another driver’s negligence, you may be entitled
to compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. Our experienced
Nevada motorcycle lawyers are understand the devastation suffered by our
clients after a motorcycle accident and we are dedicated to protecting
the rights of Nevada bikers – call us at 1-800-4-BIKERS today to arrange
a free consultation with one of our Nevada biker