Motorcycle Accident Questions:
What Is Required to Get a Motorcycle License in Maryland?
To operate a motorcycle you need a valid Maryland driver’s license. You must then pass a Motorcycle Safety Program course and present your certificate to the MVA to receive a Class M license. (https://mva.maryland.gov/Documents/DL-001.pdf)
What Are the “Share the Road With Motorcycles” Campaigns?
These campaigns draw attention to drivers sharing the road with bicycles and motorcycles, who have the same rights as other drivers. It is important to remain vigilant around bicycles and motorcycles because they face unique safety challenges due to their size and limited visibility.
What Can I Get Compensated for in a Motorcycle Case?
You can make a claim for your property damage, medical bills, lost wages, and any other out of pockets expenses you have incurred because of the crash. You may also make a claim for future medical expenses, future lost income, and any pain and suffering that resulted from the crash.
Is There PIP Coverage on Motorcycles in Maryland?
PIP coverage is not mandatory for motorcycles in Maryland, and many insurers do not offer PIP for motorcycles in Maryland. State law allows insurers to exclude the coverage to motorcycles due to the high risk of injuries.
** FAQs are not a substitute for legal advice and should not be relied upon. **