Motorcycles are becoming a common mode of transport with people. The requirements in each state differ – to be able to ride one it is important to get all the paperwork. It is a driver’s responsibility to comply with rules and be a safe driver.
The DMV in Arkansas recommends that new riders get familiar with the rules and take safety courses. Helmets and goggles for the eyes are a must – the motorcycle should have arm and footrests for passengers by law. Though it is a law that riders under 21 must wear a helmet, it is good idea for everyone to use one. Another recommendation is to wear bright colors to offer high visibility to other drivers on the road.
In Arkansas, before a vehicle can be registered and operated, owners have to buy liability insurance. The amounts are as follows:
This is to ensure protection for all involved in case property in case of an accident. The State is very serious about enforcing helmet and protective eyewear rules.
Liability insurance, wearing helmets and safety eye gear are must for all riders, regardless of age. Insurance carriers put up policy information the State Insurance Database.
The State would like for people to enjoy their freedom and be good drivers. All the rules put in place are to keep drivers and property safe.