In Connecticut, no one under 18 is permitted to operate or ride on a motorcycle without wearing a helmet.
There is a $90 fine for being cited without a helmet.
The Commissioner of Motor Vehicles is responsible for adopting helmet regulations.
Because these regulations can change, motorcycle riders and passengers should check with the Commissioner before riding motorcycles on Connecticut roadways.
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