2016 Maryland Code
Title 21 - Vehicle Laws -- Rules of the Road
Subtitle 13 - Operation of Motorcycles
§ 21-1303.1. Restrictions; requirements
(a) Minimum engine size required on certain roadways. -- Notwithstanding any other provisions of this title, a person may not operate a motorcycle that has a motor with a rating of 1.5 brake horsepower or less, or a capacity of less than 70 cubic centimeters piston displacement:
(1) On a roadway where the posted maximum speed limit is more than 50 miles per hour; or
(2) On any expressway or other controlled access highway.
(b) Dealer warnings required. --
(1) Prior to the sale of such vehicle, any dealer or agent or employee of a dealer, any vehicle salesman, or other person who sells a motorcycle as defined in this subsection shall inform the buyer of the operating restrictions imposed by this section.
(2) The Administration may provide a warning of the operating restrictions imposed by this subsection.
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