Georgia Law of Motorcycle Prohibition on linking with Motorcycle (O.C.G.A. § 40-6-313)
Legal Commentary. This Georgia law is very clear that no person, operator or passenger, on a motorcycle can lawfully attach himself or herself to another other vehicle on the roadway and no person may attach a motorcycle to another vehicle lawfully. For clarification purposes, this Georgia statute does not state whether this includes a motorcycle from being towed in a trailer attached to the back of a truck. Likely it will not as the trailer will be attached to the truck and the motorcycle will be carried, not attached, to the trailer.
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No person riding upon a motorcycle shall attach himself or the motorcycle to any other vehicle on a roadway.
HISTORY: Code 1933, § 68A-1304, enacted by Ga. L. 1974, p. 633, § 1; Ga. L. 1990, p. 2048, § 5.