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I was researching motorcycle laws in different states and compiled a list of Motorcycle Operator Manual's for each of the 50 states.

If you are a new rider looking to obtain your license or a seasoned rider wanting to learn the laws of a state that you will be traveling through these manuals may be helpful to you.

There is also a good Manuel that the Motorcycle Safety Foundation has published that is not state specific.

Since I had these all together I thought that I would share them.

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Big E
Nice work Thanks very helpful, sometimes it takes a while going through government sites to find what you need.

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Thanks for the Information.

We travel to Vermont often, so I took a quick look at their booklet and found this paragraph:

"You have full use of the traffic lane, but two motorcycles or mopeds shall not be operated beside each other in the same lane of traffic."

I personally never ride side by side with anyone...I want an emergency route out of a situation should it arise. But, I can see a lot of riders I know could run into a problem and a fine by doing this. I see bikers riding like that here in Ontario all the time, now I wonder if it's illegal here too! I'll try to find out.

We're never too old to learn.

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This is really useful, maybe you could ask the mods to move it to the Ref and FAQ section.Up north we don't need it now, but we will in a couple of months.

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Nice going Big E

Might want to move this great resource to the Reference section as it would benefit many folks.

Ride Safe, Ray

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