Rhode Island has passed a law allowing drivers to operate their autocycles without a motorcycle license or endorsement, according to an article from The Associated Press.
Autocycles are defined as a vehicle with three wheels, typically two in the back and one in the front. Well-known brands like Polaris and Elio Motors have designed their own autocycles.
Many states are now deciding how to best regulate the autocycles and whether or not drivers should be allowed to operate the vehicles without a motorcycle license or endorsement.
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