correct but you can check to see if he has the viable insurance... I've gotten pulled over several times in my old truck (lifted with 38's) for the sole reson so they could check my insurance... the guy had no reason for stopping me... just wanted to verify that I had insurance... but I'll admit I thought it was BS...jtemple said:Sure, it's easy to see. But, everyone is required to wear a seatbelt. If you lift the helmet law for those that pay extra insurance premiums, you can no longer tell if the rider is breaking a law simply because they have no helmet on.
Pulling people over because they *might* be doing something illegal is one step closer to a police state. It's unconstitutional.
on the otherhand the law could require that you submit proof of the extra insurance to the state and the state keep a database of all license plates that way they can just run the plate and let you go...
or maybe instead of extra insurance... a TAX... to help improve motorcycle awarness... training... ect... :scratch: