Arizona Motorcycle Laws (Part 1)

Arizona Motorcycle Laws (Part 1)

Arizona motorcycle laws are designed to protect both riders and others on the road, and to help reduce motorcycle accidents to make Arizona’s roadways as safe as possible.

Arizona motorcycle laws are designed to protect both riders and others on the road, and to help reduce motorcycle accidents to make Arizona’s roadways as safe as possible.

Motorcycle riders – like truck drivers and drivers of passenger vehicles – are required to comply with the general traffic laws in the state of Arizona. Additionally, however, they must also be in compliance with Arizona motorcycle laws in order to avoid being ticketed, having to pay expensive fines and potentially even being penalized in other ways. Arizona motorcycle laws are designed to protect both riders and others on the road, and they are intended to help reduce the number of motorcycle accidents and, as a result, make Arizona’s roadways as safe as possible.

The following provides an overview of current Arizona motorcycle laws:

  • Required safety equipment:
    • All riders are required to wear eye protection in the form of safety goggles or helmet shields unless their motorcycles are equipped with windscreens.
    • Riders who are younger than 18 years old are also required to wear safety helmets that have been approved by the Department of Transportation (i.e., that are DOT approved).
  • Rules regarding riding motorcycles:
    • Lane splitting (i.e., riding between lanes to try to pass other vehicles in front of the motorcycle or riding around a vehicle within the same lane to try to pass it) is generally prohibited.
    • Motorcycle riders are allowed to co-ride or ride two abreast within the same lane of traffic (though more than two motorcycles cannot be co-ridden in the same lane).

It’s important to point out that these Arizona motorcycle laws are frequently updated and regularly changing, so riders should be sure to be aware of the latest changes to these laws in order to avoid potentially costly fines and to ensure they are always riding as safely as possible. For additional information regarding the requirements associated with Arizona motorcycle laws, check back for the upcoming Part 2 of this blog.

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