Obviously legislation written by someone who has never ridden a motorcycle. Can you spot the mistake in section 2?
"2. Seating Requirements
Motorcycle operators and passengers must be seated with their feet on foot pegs or the floorboards at all times (even when the motorcycle is stopped at an intersection).
The operator is responsible for ensuring passengers younger than 16 years of age are properly seated. Any passengers, including children who cannot reach the foot pegs or floorboards, are not permitted to ride as passengers.
Fines for violating seating requirements range from $109 to $121 or vehicle impoundment, if considered stunting. Failing to use foot pegs and permitting a passenger to be unlawfully seated both come with a $109 fine."
Im not making this up. And the third part on License plate improvements? The older plates with smaller digits could not be read by automated license plate recognition technology. Enjoy.