Re: Washington rider question?????
You MUST have mirrors for it to be legal. Don't think the cops really care enough to stop you for not having them though. I did it once (just to see how it looked and felt) and I've got to say it was a pretty sketchy ride (especially with a passenger). We've got some idiot drivers back home.
Anyways heres proof.
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1) It is unlawful:
(a) For any person to operate a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle not equipped with mirrors on the left and right sides of the motorcycle which shall be so located as to give the driver a complete view of the highway for a distance of at least two hundred feet to the rear of the motorcycle or motor-driven cycle: PROVIDED, That mirrors shall not be required on any motorcycle or motor-driven cycle over twenty-five years old originally manufactured without mirrors and which has been restored to its original condition and which is being ridden to or from or otherwise in conjunction with an antique or classic motorcycle contest, show, or other such assemblage: PROVIDED FURTHER, That no mirror is required on any motorcycle manufactured prior to January 1, 1931;