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Kansas Motorcycle Safety


Additional Information

Motorcycle Law Card

Motorcycle Licensing

Crash Data

Motorcycle Education Programs

"Dead Red" Bill

Trainings

 

Smart riding is safe riding - KSNT Report

It's Kansas Law

Any person operating a motorcycle which is registered in this state shall be the holder of a class M driver's license (KSA 8-235). 

Penalty for no class M License
Class B Misdemeanor
Fine up to $1000 and/or Imprisonment up to 6 months

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Game Promotes Motorcycle Awareness

Encourages Motorists to Look for Motorcycles






 




None of the motorcycles in this picture can be seen in the trucker's mirror's or other blind spots.  Riding season is upon us.  When riding on highways, try not to "hang" around tractor trailers or any large trucks.  Not only do they have a hard time seeing you, but there are other hazards associated with being near trucks, especially flatbeds and dump trucks which spew stones and pebbles behind them.  Several times a year there are incidents of wheel separation from commercial vehicles resulting in the deaths of car drivers and motorcyclists.










 

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