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Info 101: Iowa State motorcycle laws


  • Patty Davis 6 years ago

    I think we are going to see the most differences in the laws when it is regards to helmets.

  • Tex 6 years ago

    I am confused on this article. I will stick to looking up the Department of Transportation of each respective state, in order to know the exact stance on each motorcycle law.

  • ES Rossiter KC MC Examiner 6 years ago

    What has you confused Tex? In what areas of research may I be more diligent, in order to allay your fears?

  • Mary Baker 6 years ago

    Thanks for the 411 on Iowa.

  • Randy 6 years ago

    Thanks for listing the basic safety and equipment requirements. You have given us the basic regulations that most of us will need as we travel from state to state. I appreciate these articles for it’s a reminder that each state has their own little twist to what we thought was the law…

  • 20031200 6 years ago

    With the liberal Iowa Motorcycle laws it's no wonder there are so many serious motorcycle accidents.I just can't get over how many riders elect not too wear helmets.I'm glad i'm a ATGATT rider.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    •Muffler - No acoustical criteria

    i am really curious on the actual meaning of this phrase ... that is where i am confussed on the whole deal ... i was informed that all motorcycles are required by law to have a muffler ... but i can not find any law stating such claim ... i recieved a defective muffler ticket last night ( which i think is very funny ), but i recieved the ticket because my '76 sportster has drag pipes vs. a stock muffler ...

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