Does a motorcycle have to have a mirror in Canada?
yes for street use
There are laws in Canada that require the people to wear motorcycle helmet especially when they reach the age of 18 years old. Canada also has a law governing the quality of motorcycle helmets made and sold in the country. Canada follows the law of international quality standard set by European importers in making motorcycle helmet.
No it only ha to have 1 mirror. 26709. (a) Every motorcycle subject to registration in this state shall be equipped with a mirror so located as to reflect to the driver a view of the highway for a distance of at least 200 feet to the rear of such vehicle. Every motor vehicle, except a motorcycle, shall be equipped with not less than two such mirrors, including one affixed to the left-hand side.
Where can someone find information online for the different types of motorcycle exhaust systems that are legal in Canada?
There are many places that one can find what types of motorcycle exhaust systems are legal in Canada. One can consult the government website for the Department of Motor Vehicles to review their laws and bylaws. As well, motorcycle sites such as WebBikeWorld would be able to provide this information.
This is ridiculous to get motorcycle license for scooter 150cc ! Motorcycle is not same scooter ! Is there a way i could fight for it !? __ It depends on your local laws. In Ontario, Canada for instance, it the machine is 150cc it falls under the motorcycle regulations and the driver must have a valid M1 (motorcycle) license. But you really have to look up the local laws in your area.
From the Snell Memorial foundation website : "The DOT Motorcycle Helmet Standard is a mandatory minimum for headgear sold for motorcycle use throughout the United States. It is specified in most US jurisdictions where motorcycle helmet use is required. Recently, Canada also requires that motorcyclists wear either DOT or Snell certified motorcycle helmets." The European ECE 22-05 standard is accepted in Quebec and British Colombia. The DOT standard is the US Department of Transportation, SNELL…
Doesn't matter if you live in any State in the U.S., or even in Canada you most certainly can get a ticket for not have a passenger side mirror because they are there for safety purposes. I must admit that in Canada an police officer is more likely to give you a warning to get it fixed and not a ticket.
The mandatory use of motorcycle helmets is far from universal. In jurisdictions where it IS mandatory, it is a state or provincial law that requires the use. For example, in the Province of Ontario, Canada (where I live), the Highway Traffic Act stipulates that both driver and passenger must wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle.
I'm not familiar with FL, but no. not always. the biggest problem with motorcycles is they are so small and they are moving at a tremendous amount of speed. this causes the motorcycle to cover a lot of ground in a very short time. Because of this they are hard to judge how much room you have. They will sometimes get lost in your blind spot of your mirror. Before crossing an intersection where a…