FAQ Category: Motorcycle Accident

The following laws apply to motorcycles, trikes and mopeds. You must have a license. A motorcycle must be registered with the County Tax Assessor in the county in which the motorcycle owner lives. The motorcycle must have a registration sticker that is current and undergo yearly inspections at an Official…

In Texas, applicants who are 18 or older, have passed an operator training course for motorcycles and possess an unrestricted Class A, B or C license may provide their completion certificate for a course that meets the standards of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s curriculum, and the Texas Department of Public…

You must first pass a training course approved by the Texas Department of Public Safety before you can apply for a motorcycle license. A written test and a road test must also be passed. A class M designation must appear on the license of anyone who operates a motorcycle in…