Can I leagaly ride a motorcycle that I put a conversion kit on that makes it a trike but has the rear wheel of the bike still on it so 4 wheels touchn the ground. I understand that under the US Disability Act I can. I am 62 and my legs hurt a lot and I cannot control a 2 wheeled motorcycle . I am in Wash. State. Allso tnen ,if I can ride it under the US Disability Act how would go about this to be able to show the law that I can in fact leagaly ride my bike?
I am ok with waiting for an answer.
Am isupposed to do something right now.
Please continue as I need an answer.
Thank you for your continued patience while we continue our search. Regards, Wendy
Yes, the vehicle was, and is registered as street legal. Sorry it took so long to answer you as I had to be away from my computer for some time.
You make no mention as to weather or not I can ride this motorcycle under the US Dissability Act and how I would go about it.
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