Is there a accent light law in Maryland for motorcycles?
It fell under a long existing law in MD, not specific to accent lighting........but was still illegal. However, I believe ABATE has successfully got a law passed recently making them legal. I saw it published on the ABATE of MD site.
No. The light law in Tennessee (TCA 55-9-402) says (in part) that only authorized law enforcement vehicles can use red, whit and blue lights in combination. It doesn't say anything about lights having to be flashing. Since tail lights are red and headlights are white, any blue lights would be illegal.
No, not in Pennsylvania yet. South Carolina (2008), North Carolina(2007), Wisconsin (2006), Idaho (2006) Arkansas (2005), Tennessee (2003) and Minnesota (2002), have passed a law OKing "motorcyclists to proceed with caution after stopping when the device that causes the light to change from red to green doesn't activate" Bills have been introduced for the same purpose in Georgia, Missouri and Oklahoma. Source: http://www.norwichbulletin.com/motorcycles/x816777353/Some-states-green-light-new-red-light-laws-for-motorcycles
State law allows a motorcycle to proceed through a red light provided it goes through three complete cycles without giving the intersection where the motorcycle is waiting a green light to proceed, and only after the cyclist determines that it is safe to proceed. This was passed due to the difficulty road sensors have in detecting motorcycles.
Which of the original 13 colonies passed a law allowing the parents to put to death a stubborn or rebellious son?
It is legal to ride side by side on a motorcycle in British Columbia. According to section 194(4) of the Motor Vehicle Act: "Except when overtaking and passing other motorcycles, more than 2 operators of motorcycles must not operate their motorcycles side by side in the same direction in the same traffic lane." The key is More than two motorcycles.