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NEW YORK FREEDOM RIDER NEWS- 1/8/21 - motorcycle related updates

NEW YORK FREEDOM RIDER NEWS- 1/8/21 - motorcycle related updates

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HB125: AN ACT relating to motorcycles. Create a new section of KRS 186.400 to 186.640 to require the Transportation Cabinet to establish a restriction category on the motorcycle operator's license to restrict license holders to operation of 3-wheeled motorcycles only; amend KRS 186.480 to clarify the procedures for motorcycle skills testing by mandating that applicants who take the skills test on a 3-wheeled motorcycle shall be issued motorcycle operator's licenses with the 3-wheeled restriction; amend KRS 15A.352 to allow out-of-state residents to take training courses; clarify that applicants who are exempted from testing by virtue of passing an education course have the same wheel restrictions if they took the training on a 3-wheeled motorcycle; amend KRS 15A.354 to require the instructors be reviewed every two years, instead of annually; amend KRS 15A.350 to conform.

01/05/21: introduced in House

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SF9: Motorcycle profiling policies establishment

01/07/2021: Introduction and first reading. Referred to Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy

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MISSOURI- updates

HB490: Provides that a motorcycle or motortricycle may be operated on the shoulder of a roadway under certain circumstances

1/07/2021: Read Second Time
1/06/2021: Read First Time

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SB165: Prohibits motorcycle or motortricycle passengers under the age of eight

1/6/2021: First read

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MONTANA- update

SB9: Provide for motorcycle filtering

01/12/2021: Highways and Transportation Committee hearing Room 405, 3 pm
01/04/2021: First reading

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A1107: Authorizes the commissioner of transportation to conduct a comprehensive study of the efficacy of motorcycle helmets.

01/07/2021: referred to Transportation Committee

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A1147/S717: Redefines reckless driving to be dangerous driving; imposes stronger penalties where physical injury occurs and provides that a driver may be convicted without a showing of multiple violations or an awareness of the risk of harm

01/07/2021: referred to Transportation Committee
01/06/2021: referred to Transportation Committee

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HB1840: Issuing citations; certain traffic offenses. Authorizes law-enforcement officers to lawfully stop a motor vehicle for operating (i) without a light illuminating a license plate, (ii) with defective and unsafe equipment, (iii) without brake lights or a high mount stop light, (iv) without an exhaust system that prevents excessive or unusual levels of noise, (v) with certain sun-shading materials and tinting films, and (vi) with certain objects suspended in the vehicle. The bill authorizes a law-enforcement officer to stop a pedestrian for jaywalking or entering a highway where the pedestrian cannot be seen. The bill provides that law-enforcement officers are permitted to stop a motor vehicle for an expired safety inspection or registration sticker immediately following the original expiration date. The bill removes the prohibition on using evidence discovered or obtained due to an impermissible stop, including evidence obtained with the person's consent, in any trial, hearing, or other proceeding. The bill removes prohibitions on stopping or arresting a driver of a motor vehicle for the violation of a local ordinance relating to the ownership or maintenance of a motor vehicle that is not a jailable offense.

Status: 01/07/21: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/13/21 21101669D

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HB1106: Modifying the operation of motorcycles on roadways laned for traffic.

Jan 7: Prefiled for introduction.

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