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Yep...repost but still good to see. :dthumb:
 

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zx636r said:
at least now i know that i wont be getting pulled over for my turn signals
Be sure to check the laws of EVERY state in which you ride. I typically ride in both Illinois and Indiana because I live on the state line. However, I also take my bike to Florida sometimes because my parents have a house down there. I also plan on riding at the gap, which is in both Tennessee and North Carolina. So, you have to meet the laws of the state that is most strict, unless you want to make changes to your bike every time you travel. ;)
 

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Captain Morgan said:
Be sure to check the laws of EVERY state in which you ride. I typically ride in both Illinois and Indiana because I live on the state line. However, I also take my bike to Florida sometimes because my parents have a house down there. I also plan on riding at the gap, which is in both Tennessee and North Carolina. So, you have to meet the laws of the state that is most strict, unless you want to make changes to your bike every time you travel. ;)
Don't get caught doing anything stupid and you wont have to worry about it. :whistle: :wink: :lol: :lol:
 

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Don't get caught doing anything stupid and you wont have to worry about it. :whistle: :wink: :lol: :lol:
:lol: I'm not talking about doing stupid stuff, I'm talking about things like turn signals and mirrors. Indiana doesn't require either, but other states that I travel to require one or both. Granted, I LIKE having both, but it is nice to know that I can take the bike out on the road after a track day without having to reinstall the mirrors.
 

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Captain Morgan said:
:lol: I'm not talking about doing stupid stuff, I'm talking about things like turn signals and mirrors. Indiana doesn't require either, but other states that I travel to require one or both. Granted, I LIKE having both, but it is nice to know that I can take the bike out on the road after a track day without having to reinstall the mirrors.
The mirrors are the only thing at say a license check to worry about here in NC.
If you get caught doing something stupid, look out because the book is going to hurt when it hits you. Mirrors, signals, headlight covers, worn tires, loud pip (not factory equipment), tented wind screen, improperly mounted tag, no light on tag, dead inspection sticker, reckless driving (wheelie on local cruising st.) Oh forget that last one! :lol:
 

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Last year I busted the right mirror off and then never replaced it.. I rode with no right mirror a couple weeks later.. Had no idea that was illegal.. Doh..
 

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ShanMan14 said:
What exactly does this mean (Alabama)?



They accepted my AZ endorsement. :confused:
Haven't made there mind up yet or don't except from all states!
I know Al use to permit 14 year olds to ride on the street! I don't know about now.
 

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I was suprised to find out CA doesn't require eye protection....I thought all states did. :skep:
 

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Nah, don't worry about anything!! I can gaurentee that my Micron pipe on my 9R is way too loud for the law!

But more so, if Twisty can ride the old TL1000S with a full D&D system for years...you can get away with anything!!
 
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