Can a Child Ride In Front of an Adult on a Motorcycle in Texas?

 

No. The law in Texas states that all passengers must sit on a permanent, fixed seat when riding a motorcycle. No passengers (children included) are allowed to ride in front of the adult operator of the motorcycle. Passengers must always sit behind or to the side of the motorcycle operator (for example, in a side-car).

For more information regarding the law in Texas concerning child motorcycle passengers, please click here.

 

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Mark A. Anderson
Board Certified Personal Injury Lawyer in Fort Worth, Texas