Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 303.05 - Motor bicycle equipment requirements

Current through March 28, 2022

Those vehicles registered as a motor bicycle will be required to be equipped as provided in statute and this section with the following equipment:

(1) No person may operate a motor bicycle upon a highway unless the motor bicycle is equipped with at least one brake capable of stopping the vehicle within 25 feet from a speed of 20 miles per hour. The brake may be designed to be operated either by hand or by foot. The brake shall be of sound design with the disc or brake drum directly connected or integral with the rear wheel and with internal-expanding brake shoes or engaging discs. The wheel rim shall qualify as the disc or brake drum. The design shall permit simple and easy adjustment to compensate for wear. If the brake control is hand-operated, there shall be no other controls linked to it.
(2) Headlamp, as prescribed in ss. 347.09(1) (c) and 347.11, Stats.
(3) Horn, electric, as prescribed in s. 347.38, Stats.
(4) Muffler, as prescribed in s. 347.39, Stats.
(5) Rear view mirror, as prescribed in s. 347.40, Stats.
(6) Tail lamp, as prescribed in s. 347.13, Stats.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 303.05
Cr. Register, April, 1981, No. 304, eff. 5-1-81.

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