Posted: November 28, 2017
CALL TO ACTION! 3 DAYS LEFT! Co-sponsors needed for #LRB-2295/P1
before December 1st!
By "ABATE of Wisconsin, Inc." <email@example.com>
Co-Sponsors needed for
(ABATE of Wisconsin's Autocycle
CRITICAL DECEMBER 1st
CALL or EMAIL NOW!
CALL TO ACTION: Representatives Jacque
and Edming along with Senator Testin are
circulating bill draft #LRB-2295/P1, relating to
the registration and operation of vehicles defined
as autocycles. This bill will properly define a
motorcycle and will remove the M endorsement
requirement currently needed to operate a vehicle
with a steering wheel, gas and brake pedals.
We are trying to introduce legislation to clarify
autocycles so that Wisconsin can be in a better
position to address future technologies and the
impact these vehicles will have on state roads.
Wisconsin will also be poised to realize the
following benefits by adopting a separate
classification for autocycles:
- Increase the customer base to operate
these vehicles by lifting the Motorcycle
- Expanding the pool of customers to help
Wisconsin manufacturers that support the
construction of these
- Properly understand the impact this type
of vehicle has on Wisconsin Roads
- Eliminating confusion on how to follow
the law when operating autocycles
ABATE of Wisconsin is asking you to
contact (call or email) your Legislators in the
State Assembly and State Senate and ask them to
sign on to this important piece of legislation
(#LRB-2295/P1.) For more information on
who your legislators are please go to www.legis.wisconsin.gov
"who are my legislators" section on the home page.
The deadline to sign on is December
2017 so timing is crucial. Your elected officials
will need to hear from you to keep this moving.
This bill draft will not get a bill number or
assigned to a committee without enough legislators
Steve Panten, ABATE of Wisconsin Legislative
ABATE (A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian
Enactments) is a bi-partisan grass roots
organization with a goal to give the motorcyclists
of Wisconsin a strong, united voice with regard to
their future, their way of life, their safety and
their legal rights as motorcyclists and citizens.