Lexington Truck Accident Lawyer explains where you are allowed to operate low speed vehicles on Kentucky roadways.

 

Lexington Truck Accident Lawyer

Do you like to operate a golf cart, dirt bike, or all terrain vehicle on your neighborhood streets? If so, you may want to know the Kentucky law regarding this practice. Lexington Truck Accident Lawyer Matt Troutman of the Troutman Law Office explains that “low speed vehicles” may only be operated on streets with a maximum speed limit of 35 mph or less according to Kentucky statute 189.282. The same rule applies to “alternative speed motorcycles” and “alternative speed vehicles.” Low speed vehicles are 4 wheeled vehicles that are manufactured to travel at a speed of 25 mph or less. Alternative motorcycles are two or three wheeled vehicles manufactured to travel at 40 mph or less.

If you are in a truck accident, motorcycle accident or car accident, contact Lexington Truck Accident Lawyer Matt Troutman of the Troutman Law Office and he will help you win against the insurance companies. Call Matt directly or by email at troutlaw3550@gmail.com.

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