Pat Hahn can answer just about any question related to motorcycles. He is a MSF-certified instructor (12 years), author of the motorcycle safety books Maximum Control, How to Ride a Motorcycle, and Ride Hard, Ride Smart, co-author of Motorcycle Track Day Handbook, and public information officer for the state of Minnesota, where he coordinates public information and education for the Minnesota Motorcycle Safety Center, a project of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Motorcyclist's Legal Handbook: How to Handle Legal Situations from the Mundane to the Insaneby Pat Hahn
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Motorcyclists face legal challenges that non-motorcyclists don’t even consider. Unfortunately, many motorcyclists are ignorant of those challenges as well—until they find themselves in legal trouble. In addition to all the physical hazards of the road, motorcyclists must negotiate a seemingly endless array of legal hazards, from the myriad licensing requirements and restrictions that vary from state to state to the issue of anti-motorcycle bias among law enforcement officials. While motorcycle magazines frequently publish articles addressing various aspects of the legal issues with which a rider must contend, there has never been a one-stop source that contains all of this information until now. Motorcyclist’s Legal Handbook collects all the information a rider needs to know in one comprehensive volume.
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