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Motorcyle Regulation

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STUDENT REGULATION

Students who purchase a virtual permission for their car/truck may park their motorcycle on campus in designated motorcycle parking spaces ONLY after emailing Parking & Transportation Services to inform us of the motorcycle license plate number and state of registration.

The permission does not allow for both a motorcycle and vehicle to be parked on campus at the same time.

Students may NOT park their motorcycle in a regular parking space.

Students who do NOT drive a four-wheeled vehicle to campus may purchase a motorcycle-only virtual permission.

Motorcycle permits cost $100 and are valid for the academic year.

Observe the following rules when bringing a motorcycle to campus:
  • If an engine is rated over 49cc and requires a license plate, it is considered a motorcycle. Scooters/mopeds that do not require a license plate are considered bicycles and are regulated accordingly.

  • Motorcycles may not park at bicycle racks on campus.

  • Motorcycles may not park in areas that impede pedestrian traffic (e.g. sidewalks, stairwells, grass, etc.) or are deemed as a traffic safety hazard (e.g. loading docks, etc.).

  • Motorcycles may not park in any blue disabled space or blue hash-marked area unless displaying a state-issued disability placard or license plate.

  • MU Parking & Transportation Services assumes no liability for damages to motorcycles or scooters caused by improper parking in designated motorcycle parking spaces/areas or by the failure to properly secure kickstands when parking on asphalt surfaces.

EMPLOYEE REGULATION

Employees are permitted to park their registered motorcycle in a regular parking space.

Motorcycle permits cost $100 and are valid for the academic year.

Observe the following rules when bringing a motorcycle to campus:
  • If an engine is rated over 49cc and requires a license plate, it is considered a motorcycle. Scooters/mopeds that do not require a license plate are considered bicycles and are regulated accordingly.

  • Motorcycles may not park at bicycle racks on campus.

  • Motorcycles may not park in areas that impede pedestrian traffic (e.g. sidewalks, stairwells, grass, etc.) or are deemed as a traffic safety hazard (e.g. loading docks, etc.).

  • Motorcycles may not park in any blue disabled space or blue hash-marked area unless displaying a state-issued disability placard or license plate.

  • MU Parking & Transportation Services assumes no liability for damages to motorcycles or scooters caused by improper parking in designated motorcycle parking spaces/areas or by the failure to properly secure kickstands when parking on asphalt surfaces.