- Aug 13, 2009
Here in Alabama, we have probably the most relaxed laws in any state concerning MB's..it is spelled out, nothing ambiguous, no interpretation, just ride. The chances of getting pulled over is nill. However my son has been pulled over twice, riding home from work at 3AM, however I don't agree, but understand. It was 3:00 in the morning, should something been going on the officer has a suspect..Like I said I don't agree, if he wasn't doing ANYTHING wrong, he had absolutely NO reason to be stopped. If it happened one more time I was going to lower heaven on the police department in this small town. We live in a free state, and those were really unwarranted stops. Then we have the police that just want to look at them...had never seen one here till we built out two builds.Thanks that's a very helpful post!
I certainly have some experience with 2 stroke engines especially with the carburetor and the clutch, however not the cylinder and such.
Anyway, when you ride your bike do you ever get caught? I mean isn't it illegal to just ride it? What's on your bike that makes it legal? Thanks.
!. 150cc or less
2. NO tag needed
3. NO title needed
4. NO registration needed
5. NO insurance needed
6. NO license needed
7. Must be at least 15 years old
8. Follow the rules of the road
9. Lights, front and rear if riding at night
10. And wear a helmet.