Nevada Motorcycle Helmet Law
In Nevada, motorcycle operators and passengers are only required to wear helmets and protective glasses, goggles or face shields when the motorcycle is being driven on the highway.
If the bike is equipped with a windscreen, the driver and passenger are not required to wear glasses, goggles, or face shields. Helmet and eye protection are not required when a motorcycle is being driven in a parade authorized by a local authority or when the driver and passengers ride on a three-wheeled motorcycle with an enclosed cab.
Because helmet and eye protection standards can change, it’s best to check with the Motor Vehicle Department to learn about current requirements before riding on a motorcycle in Nevada.
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