In Hawaii, no one under age 18 can operate or ride as a passenger on a motorcycle UNLESS that person wears a safety helmet securely fastened with a chin strap. Riders are not required to wear a helmet over 18 years of age, but must wear safety glasses or goggles or face shield in cases where the motorcycle is not equipped with a windshield.
To be sure you're in compliance with Hawaii law, check with the Director before taking to the open road.
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