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Act 300 of 1949

Section 257.656SectionViolations of MCL 257.656 to 257.661a as civil infractions; duty of parent or guardian; regulations applicable to bicycles and motorcycles.
Section 257.657SectionRights and duties of persons riding bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, moped, low-speed vehicle, or commercial quadricycle.
Section 257.657aSectionOperation of golf cart on village, city, or township streets.
Section 257.658SectionRiding on seat of bicycle, motorcycle, moped, or electric personal assistive mobility device; number of persons; wearing of crash helmet; conditions; rules; requirements for autocycle.
Section 257.658aSectionSeats and foot rests; requirements; exception; violation as civil infraction.
Section 257.658bSectionCrash helmet required; exception.
Section 257.659SectionRiding while attached to streetcar or vehicle.
Section 257.660SectionElectric personal assistive mobility device, low-speed vehicle, or moped; operation; limitations; applicability to police officer; regulation by local government; prohibitions; regulation by department of natural resources.
Section 257.660aSectionOperation of bicycle upon highway or street; riding close to right-hand curb or edge of roadway; exceptions.
Section 257.660bSectionOperation of bicycle upon highway or street; riding more than 2 abreast.
Section 257.660cSectionOperation of bicycle upon sidewalk or pedestrian crosswalk.
Section 257.660dSectionParking bicycle on sidewalk, highway, or street.
Section 257.661SectionCarrying package, bundle, or article on bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, moped, or motorcycle.
Section 257.661aSectionHandlebars of motorcycle or moped.
Section 257.662SectionBicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, or commercial quadricycle; equipment; violation as civil infraction.
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