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Your success and well-being is our top priority. That’s the Law Tigers difference! You have NO upfront out of pocket expenses. We don’t win unless you do! Have damage to your bike and riding gear? We offer FREE assistance for your motorcycle property damage. Law Tigers is your trusted resource for FREE legal tips on all motorcycle matters!
Do you have to wear a helmet in Louisiana?
Yes, in Louisiana all riders and passengers are required to wear a helmet.
Do you have to wear eyewear protection in Louisiana?
Protective eyewear is required by law in Louisiana unless your bike is equipped with a windscreen.
Are there noise restrictions laws in Louisiana?
Yes, mufflers are required for all bikes in Louisiana. There isn’t a specified decibel level to stay under, but if you’re inspected your bike better have a muffler on it.
Are there restrictions on the age of the passenger in Louisiana?
Yes, passengers must be 5 years and older.
Are you allowed to wear headphones while riding in Louisiana?
No, wearing headphones while driving your motorcycle is illegal in Louisiana.
Is the daytime use of headlights required by law in Louisiana?
Louisiana requires the use of daytime headlights but permits the use of a “modulating headlight” that changes between full power, low beam, and a dimming effect.
Is lane splitting allowed in Louisiana?
No, lane splitting is illegal in Louisiana.
Are there any motorcycle spec requirements in Louisiana?
Yes, Louisiana prohibits bikes from having handlebars that cause your hands to rest above shoulder height when you are sitting on the bike. Additionally, motorcycles are required to be inspected once or twice a year. The inspection covers the brakes, mechanisms and other equipment on the vehicle.
Are there any requirements for carrying passengers in Louisiana?
Yes, passengers are only allowed to ride on motorcycles that are specially made for more than one person.
Are there motorcycle-specific traffic laws in Louisiana?
Yes, one law is that it is illegal to ride a motorcycle while carrying something that prevents you from keeping both hands on the handlebars. Another law states that no more than two bikes can ride side-by-side in a single lane.
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