All Missouri State Laws are in effect through
the assimilated crime act, in addition to Fort Leonard Wood regulations.
MOTORCYCLES (FLW Regulation 190-5)
2-7. Operating Motorcycles, MOPEDs, and Off-Road
Vehicles to include ATVs.
a. (Punitive) The
operation of these type vehicles will comply with the
(1) Operators must be
at least 16 years old and possess a valid driver’s license for the
equipment being operated.
operators must successfully complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or
other approved rider or operator safety course. This course must meet
the requirements of DOD
6055.4 paragraph E188.8.131.52. Failure to provide proof of completion of an
approved course may result in the denial of access to the installation.
operators will ride only on the permanently attached seat. Operators
will not carry another person on a motorcycle unless the motorcycle is
designed to carry more than one
person. Passengers must ride on the permanent and regular seat (if
designed for two persons) or on another seat firmly attached to the
motorcycle at the rear or to the side of the
(4) Persons riding on
a motorcycle must sit facing forward with one leg on each side of the
operators will not carry bundles, packages, or other articles that
prevent them from keeping both hands on the handlebars.
passengers will not interfere with the operation or control of the
motorcycle or the view of the operator.
(7) Motorcycle riders
will not attach themselves or the motorcycle to any other vehicle on the
(8) Operation will not
be within any pedestrian area to include sidewalks and crosswalks.
(9) No more than two
such vehicles shall ride abreast, except during lawful passing.
(10) Operators and
passengers must wear the following equipment when the vehicle is in
(a) Helmets: Certified
to meet Department of Transportation (DOT) standards properly fastened
under the chin.
(b) Goggles and Face
Shields. Impact or shatter resistant goggles or full-face shield
properly attached to helmet. A windshield or eyeglasses alone are not
proper eye protection.
(c) Footwear. Leather
boots or over the ankle, shoes are mandatory.
(d) Clothing. Long
sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers, and full-fingered gloves or
mittens designed for use on a motorcycle.
Visibility. Reflective vest or belt visible both night and day from both
the front and from rear. The vest or belt must be a minimum of 75 square
inches of brightly colored
reflective material on the upper torso. Operators must wear the
(1) May use a full
lane. Drivers of other vehicles will not deprive motorcycles of a lane.
(2) Will not drive
between lanes of traffic or between adjacent lines of vehicles.
(3) Operate vehicle
with headlight on at all times.
(4) Operate vehicle
with rearview mirrors attached on each side of the vehicle/handle bars.
c. A motorcycle or
MOPED owner may be subject to disciplinary action if they allow an
individual to operate the vehicle when -
(1) Driving privileges
are suspended or revoked.
(2) The AMSC has not
(3) Not in possession
of a valid drivers license.
(4) Not wearing safety
gear as stated above.
d. Operators of three
and four-wheeled ATVs and other
off-road vehicles must
comply with the following:
(1) Wear the same
protective gear as required of motorcycle operators, if the vehicle is
capable of attaining a speed of 10 MPH or greater.
(2) Operate the
vehicle on streets and roadways of FLW only when it is registered with
(3) Operate the
vehicle only in areas designated and appropriately marked.
(4) Be subject to the
same punitive and administrative sanctions as drivers of motor vehicles.
(5) In addition to
state laws and regulations, comply with AR 200-3 concerning authorized
use, operation and owner responsibility.
2-8. Operation of
a. Bicycles shall be
operated on this installation in accordance with good safety practices
and the general rules of operation of all vehicles on the public roads
b. Bicyclists will –
(1) Ride only on a
seat attached to the bike.
(2) Carry only the
number of people the bicycle is designed and equipped
to carry. Passengers must sit in an authorized, attached seat. Tandem
bicycles may carry as many passengers as there are seats and sets of
pedals. Bicycle infant seats
must be securely fastened to the bicycle
(3) Not carry bundles,
packages, or other articles that prevent the bicyclist from keeping at
least one hand on the handlebars.
(4) Not ride a bicycle
while using a cell (mobile) phone.
(5) Ride as far to the
right of the road as is possible.
(6) Bicyclists will
not ride other than astride the bicycle seat except that standing on the
pedals is permitted.
(7) Bicyclists will
not ride more than two abreast on a roadway.
(8) Be careful when
passing a stopped vehicle or a vehicle going in the same direction.
(9) Bicycles will not
be parked upon a street or sidewalk.
(10) All personnel,
including children riding in carriers, attached, or towed, must wear a
helmet that has been tested and meets the uniform safety standard issued
by the U.S. Consumer Product
Safety Commission (CPSC), or one or more of the voluntary bicycle helmet
standards like ASTM, Snell or ANSI.
c. Bicycles shall not
be operated during the hours of darkness unless
equipped with the following:
(1) A white head light
facing front that is visible for a distance of 500 feet.
(2) A red light facing
rear that is visible for a distance of 600 feet.
(3) Reflective vest or
belt visible at night from both front and rear views.
d. Comply with post
traffic regulations at all times when operating a bicycle on the
reservation. In addition, sponsors of family members will ensure that
any family member operating a bicycle is
fully aware of post traffic regulations and is capable of operating a
bicycle safely on the streets of the installation. The use of listening
devices (i.e., earphones, earplugs) while operating a bicycle on the
installation is prohibited.