If you mean behind the second row, yes, it's illegal. And it's extremly unsafe even if it is legal. There may be a few "behind the times" states that still have the law that as long as all seat belts are in use, people can sit behind the seat or in laps, but that doesn't mean this should be done. It is very unsafe.ans can cause serius injury or death
straddling the seat with approved helmet and eye protection
Have not seen any laws against children riding on the back of a motorcycle, but do use some sense. Is the child capable of knowing to hold on and not let go? Do you have the proper gear to put on the child?
There is a new law that goes into effect September 1, 2009 that prohibits children under the age of five from riding on motorcycles.
There are no laws concerning children and front seats. There is a law about children and the use of child safety seats.
Your child must be 13 years or older to sit in the front seat of a car. Here is an in-depth explanation of the laws about children riding in cars.
As i know there no laws with children on the back of motor cycles but I would my kids on the back of the motor cycle at 9 years.
No, there are currently no laws stating that riding in the bed of trucks is prohibited.
Riding is subject to the laws of physics. If you fall you will hit the ground.
My umderstanding is that there is no law against children riding in the front seat of a car in NY. There are several requirments that children be "properly restrained" which varies by age and weight. However, there are no laws prohibiting a child of any age from riding in the front seat of a car.
According to the PD officer that's in my office, he says the only law is that children 17 and under must have helmets, but otherwise there aren't any other laws about children on motorcycles.
In most states it is. Maybe all of them. When the seat belt laws went into effect, that was the end of riding in the truck.
Actually, there are laws restricting riding in the bed of a pickup in AZ. No person under the age of 18 is to be in the bed while the vehicle is in motion. About 20 states have no law regarding riding in the back of a pickup truck, making it legal by default, and about 30 states have some form of restriction or law. Some states only allow persons 18 years of age or older to ride in the back of a pickup truck. Some states, such as California, it is almost completely illegal, with only a few narrow exceptions to the law. Check local laws before riding in the back of a pickup truck.
no, it is not, if ure riding on the street you have to obey the traffic laws, if ure riding on the sidewalk you must obey the pedestrian traffic laws.
Child labor laws were laws that protected children in the workplace. Many children were being overworked and injured. These laws kept many children safe.
According to the insurance institute for highway safety, Indiana has no such restrictions the full list of states and their passenger cargo area laws can be found at: http://www.iihs.org/laws/cargoAreas.aspx
what is the law in MO for riding 49cc dirt bikes on the sidewalk?
There is no law restricting passengers in the cargo area of a pick up truck in MN according to www.iihs.org/laws/cargoareas.aspx
No, not in Texas. Some states do have such laws but not Texas.
i don't know yet
Not allowed to drive it in the highway or interstate
they have to follow the same laws as drivers
You should, but as far as the law goes, helmet laws vary by jurisdiction. You would need to include your state in order to get an accurate answer to this question.
Crimes against children laws. Alcohol laws Anti privacy laws
To protect children in the workplace. Many children were being overworked and injured. These laws kept many children safe.
No...It is not illegal in Utah to ride in the back of a truck except on the freeway. Seatbelts are not required per Utah law for passengers sitting in areas which are primarily used to carry a load (obviously the bed of a truck is meant to carry a load). This law was to prevent people from riding on improper portions of a vehicle such as, fenders, hoods, etc. There are no age restrictions to ride in the back of a truck. Seatbelt laws only apply to people riding within a passenger compartment of a vehicle. I am a police officer in Utah.