Rhode Island Attorney: Motorcycle Helmet Laws

Rhode Island Attorney: Motorcycle Helmet LawsRhode Island requires any operator under the age of twenty-one (21) shall wear a helmet of a type approved by the administrator of motor vehicles. In addition, all new operators, regardless of age, shall be required, for a period of one year from the date of issuance of the first license pursuant to wear a helmet of a type approved by said administrator.

Rhode Island requires any passenger on a motorcycle must wear a properly fitting helmet of a type approved by the administrator of the division of motor vehicles. No person shall operate a motorcycle unless any passenger on it wears a helmet.

As you head out on the highway looking for adventure, make certain to protect yourself, always wear a traditional (non-novelty) helmet that complies with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 218.

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