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Do you have to wear a helmet in South Carolina?
Motorcycle helmets are mandatory for riders under 21 years old in South Carolina.
Do you have to wear eyewear protection in South Carolina?
Riders under 21 must wear eye protection, such as a face shield or goggles, unless the motorcycle has a windshield.
Are there motorcycle noise restrictions laws in South Carolina?
South Carolina requires motorcycles to have a proper muffler. Noise restrictions may be enforced by local law enforcement or during periodic inspections. Local jurisdictions may have their own ordinances regarding motorcycle noise limits.
Are there restrictions on the age of the passenger in South Carolina?
There are no specific age restrictions for motorcycle passengers in South Carolina.
Is the daytime use of headlights required by law in South Carolina?
Motorcycles in South Carolina are required to use headlights during the day to increase visibility to other drivers.
Is lane splitting allowed in South Carolina?
Lane splitting, which is when a motorcycle rides between lanes of traffic, is illegal in South Carolina.
Are you allowed to wear headphones while riding in South Carolina?
In South Carolina, the use of headphones and earbuds while riding a motorcycle is not restricted by law.
Are there any requirements for carrying passengers in South Carolina?
While there are no specific age restrictions for passengers, it’s important to ensure that they can comfortably reach the passenger handholds and footrests and are wearing necessary motorcycle safety equipment.
Are there any motorcycle spec requirements in South Carolina?
Motorcycles are required to be equipped with a muffler that is in good working order to prevent excessive noise or smoke. Additionally, devices such as cutouts, bypasses, and similar devices are not allowed on South Carolina highways.
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