Many motorcycle riders enjoy long cross-country trips. At Law Tigers, we know that it can be hard to keep up with changing motorcycle helmet laws in different areas. Some states require all riders to wear a safety helmet, while others require only riders under the age of 18 to wear one. On the other hand, there are several states that don't have helmet requirements. Take some time to familiarize yourself with the motorcycle helmet laws across the nation, and visit our motorcycle laws page for additional information by state.
Most states require that a rider and their passenger wear a safety helmet. Some states, such as Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, New Mexico, Utah, and Maine, require riders and passengers age 18 and under to wear a helmet. For riders above the legal age of majority, wearing a safety helmet is optional.
Other states have motorcycle helmet laws for riders of all ages. For example, riders and passengers in states such as California, Maryland, Nevada, New York, Oregon, and Washington must wear a safety helmet at all times regardless of how old they are.
If you would like additional information about the motorcycle helmet laws in your state, contact Law Tigers today.
A few states don't require motorcycle riders or passengers to wear a safety helmet, regardless of their age. These states are:
To learn more about the motorcycle helmet laws in the state where you live or a state you plan to travel to, don't hesitate to contact Law Tigers today. We provide a high level of commitment to our clients, and we are experts in handling all types of motorcycle accident claims.