Road Traffic (Motor
Cycle Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2004
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Road Traffic (Motor Cycle Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2004
helmet to be worn
Subject to Article 1A, a person driving or riding on a motor cycle (otherwise than in a side-car) on a road must
wear a protective helmet that –
(a) complies with a
standard set out in the Schedule to the Consumer Safety (Motor Cycle Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2006; and
(b) is securely fastened to
the person’s head by any fastening provided on the helmet for the
The requirement under Article 1 to wear a protective helmet
does not apply to a person who, being a follower of the Sikh religion, is
wearing a turban.
This Order may be cited as the Road Traffic (Motor Cycle Helmets)
(Jersey) Order 2004.