Answer: I was arrested in May 2010 for this, went to court and pleaded guilty. Was fined 700 dollars and had points taken off my license. This however was my first driving offence and was in Paulding county. i also had to pay 300 dollars for bail. You can receive upto 1 year jail term depending on your history.
Answer: I have a 750 ace myself and as far as touring goes the bike does ok. It will get you there but you will have to take some breaks if you do not have any modificatoins done to the bike. However, if you are willing to spend a little money for a new sproket kit then the bike would be just fine. This will increase the range to were it would be pleasant to ride in the 60MPH to 75MPH with out alot of engine buzz.
Answer: You can get an online quote from:http://motorcycle.progressive.comor go to GEICO.comThere are too many variables since not all sport bikes are rated the same by insurers; for instance: if the the model of the motorycle has an "R" in the name it will be more expensive to insure even if it is similar to other 600cc sport bikes. GSXR600, CBR600RR, YZFR6, ZX6R - you get the idea.
Answer: That really depends upon the bike.
The seating position is usually one of the major factors they take into consideration when deciding what type of bike it is to be.
A tourer is designed for an average sized person to sit comfortably for long hours, a cruiser for them to sit feet forward in the classic style, and a sports bike so they can get down at speed and shift around for scratching.
On trail bikes they pay little consideration to seating and more to how the rider balances their weight on the pegs and the relevant COG (centre of gravity).
Obviously they compromise somewhat for costs and practical considerations but rider position remains a major factor in any new bike design.
BMW have probably done the most work of any motorcycle manufacturer in their seating, with their ergonomically adjustable design work and crash testing.
Answer: You usually do not need a motorcycle to get a permit. it is usually a written test, then to get your license you would do a road test on a motorcycle.
If you are buying a motorcycle and only have your permit - you might want to bring it home on a trailer or some other way, so that you can learn to safely ride on familiar roads, and/or empty parking lots.
Answer: Motorcycle accidents can be different from other accidents in that there are often more serious injuries to the motorcycle rider, since they are so vulnerable, whether or not they were wearing a helmet. Also, there is often a prejudice against motorcyclists, even if the accident was totally due to negligence on the part of an automobile driver. For these reasons, it is important to hire a knowledeable and aggressive attorney who is familiar with this kind of case.