Flying down the highway at 120 miles
per hour and popping wheelies could soon cost motorcyclists more
than a fine.
It could cost them bike.
Under a bill filed in the Florida House and discussed Friday,
riders charged with reckless driving or exceeding the speed limit
by 50 miles per hour could be arrested and have their bikes seized.
Riders later convicted of those offenses could lose their
motorcycle licenses for ten years.
The bill's sponsor says the state needs to send a tough message
to motorcyclists who drive recklessly on the highway.
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