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

Safety Helmet: Required by law
Eye Protection: Required by law unless equipped with windscreen
Passenger Age: No Restriction
Helmet Speakers: No Restrictions
Mirrors: Two required by law
Headlight: Modulating headlight permitted
Turn Signals: Required if manufactured in 1973 or after
Handlebars: Handgrips below shoulder height
Muffler: Muffler required. No cutout, bypass or similar device.
Noise Restrictions: Max A-weighted sound level as measured at 50 feet: 1) 82dBA less than 35mph; 2) 86dBA more than 35mph.
Riding Two Abreast in Lane: Unlawful passing; driving abreast. 3. Motorcycles and mopeds may, with the consent of the drivers, be operated no more than two abreast in a single traffic lane.
Lane Splitting: 1. A person, except a police officer in the performance of his duty, shall not drive a motorcycle or moped between moving or stationary vehicles occupying adjacent traffic lanes. 2. Except as provided in subsection 3, a person shall not drive a motorcycle, moped or trimobile abreast of or overtake or pass another vehicle within the same traffic lane.
Insurance: Compulsory Liability (Minimum Limits)(15/30/10)

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 Some laws may have been changed or repealed and new laws may have be added.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.