New Motorcycle Law Takes Effect

New Motorcycle Law Takes Effect



Every year there are legal changes which affect drivers in Kansas and this year is no different. Effective July 1st, motorcycle riders must have a Class M endorsement before operating a motorcycle with a temporary tag. This change means you can no longer buy your bike, ride it on a temporary tag to practice, and then get your Class M endorsement before fully registering your bike. This may sound a little confusing but it really isn't. Whether you buy your motorcycle at the dealer or from a private party, you must have a class M endorsement on your license or a learner's permit before you can ride the bike. No more practicing on a temporary tag. So have fun riding across the great state of Kansas, But make sure you do it legally and remember the KHP wants you to get where you're going safely; whether you're driving on four wheels or riding on two. (Music)

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