Maine Motorcycle Laws - View All States Motorcycle Laws
We have put together a simple list of the primary Maine state motorcycle laws to help you when traveling through Maine on a motorcycle. These Maine motorcycle laws where confirmed accurate as of the time of publishing and are provided to you as a reference only. For Maine's complete motorcycle laws, please visit the Maine state Motor Vehicle website.

Safety Helmet: Required by law for those under age 18; or operating under a learner's permit; or operating less than one year with license/endorsement; or as a passenger of an operator required to wear protective headgear
Eye Protection: No Restriction
Passenger Age: No Restriction
Helmet Speakers: No Restrictions
Mirrors: One required by law
Headlight: Daytime headlight required.
Turn Signals: Required if manufactured in 1974 and after
Handlebars: Handgrips below shoulder height
Muffler: No acoustical criteria.
Noise Restrictions: No acoustical criteria.
Riding Two Abreast in Lane: Motorcycles Lane use; motorcycles and mopeds. An operator of a motorcycle other than a moped may fully use a lane. More than 2 motorcycles may not be operated abreast within the same lane.
Lane Splitting: Between lines. A person may not operate a motorcycle between lanes of traffic or between adjacent lines or rows of vehicles.
Insurance: Compulsory Liability (Minimum Limits)(50/100/25 & $1,000/person for medical payments)

These state motorcycle laws very verified as current at the time they were published on this page. Some laws may have been changed or repealed and new laws may have be added. Check with state and/or local authorities for the most up to date laws and regulations.