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NEW YORK FREEDOM RIDER NEWS- 1/15/21 - motorcycle related updates

NEW YORK FREEDOM RIDER NEWS- 1/15/21 - motorcycle related updates


HB2115: motorcycle safety fund; continuation

01/14/2021: House first read. Assigned to Transportation and Rules Committees

Bill text:

KENTUCKY- update

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.

01/13/21: to Transportation Committee

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SF152: Motorcycle endorsement fees modification

01/19/2021: Introduction and first reading. Referred to Transportation Finance and Policy

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HB461: relative to motorcycle auxiliary lamping, and adding the New Hampshire Motorcyclists' Rights Organization to the traffic safety commission.

1/10/2021: Introduced (in recess of) 01/06/2021 and referred to Transportation

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A1747: Requires the municipal police training council to ensure that issues related to motorcycle profiling are addressed in basic law enforcement training.

01/11/2021: referred to Governmental Operations Committee

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SB574: Relating to vehicle filtering in traffic slowdowns. Allows operator of motorcycle to travel between lanes of traffic under certain conditions.

1-11: Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.

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HB69: An Act amending the act of March 28, 1984 (P.L.150, No.28), known as the Automobile Lemon Law, further providing for definitions, for repair obligations, for manufacturer's duty for refund or replacement and for presumption of a reasonable number of attempts.

Jan. 11, 2021: referred to Consumer Affairs Committee

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HB165: Noise Pollution Amendments

1/13/2021: Numbered Bill Publicly Distributed. LFA/ bill sent to agencies for fiscal input

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SB1347: Motorcycles; auxiliary lighting. Authorizes the use of any color auxiliary lighting, other than blue, on motorcycles and autocycles. Current law limits the color of any auxiliary lighting to red or amber.

01/13/21: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/13/21 21101576D. Referred to Committee on Transportation

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

Jan 11: First reading, referred to Transportation Committee

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Investigating the feasibility of Motorcycle Autonomous Emergency Braking (MAEB): design criteria for new experiments to field test automatic braking

Cosimo Luccia, Mirko Marraa, Pedro Huertas-Leyvaa, Niccolò Baldanzinia, Giovanni Savinoab
Available online 10 January 2021, 101225


Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, AHAS
Monday, January 11, 2021

2021 Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws
Following Deadlier Than Expected 2020, New Highway Safety Report Provides Solutions State Legislatures Can Take Action on as 2021 Sessions Kick Off Countermeasures Proven to Reduce Motor Vehicle Crashes, Fatalities and Injuries and Keep Motorists Out of Overly-Burdened Emergency Rooms

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