Bicycles are big business in Hawaii, and as such, the state has adopted a strict emissions standards for the bikes.
The rules also require the purchase of certain types of tires, lights, and other accessories, and are supposed to prevent pollution from a cyclist’s body.
However, it turns out that many people are getting caught in the net of the law.
According to a report by the Associated Press, people who are riding bikes without proper equipment or parts are at risk of a $1,000 fine.
The AP reports that the number of bikes with defective parts increased in the last two years.
The report adds that more than 1,500 people have been injured or killed on Hawaii’s roads because of these defective bikes.
There are also a lot of cyclists who have gotten in trouble with the law for riding their bikes in the wrong place.
Hawaii has also had a tough time keeping up with the growing number of bicycles in the state.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is currently working on a plan to make it easier for people to register their bicycles.
In addition, the DOT is hoping to get more bikes registered in a single day.
The plan is expected to be implemented by the end of the year.
However you choose to register your bike, you’ll have to follow certain rules before you can ride it.
The new rules also allow people to purchase certain types and accessories that aren’t required by the law, but that can help prevent emissions and pollution from your bike.
Check out the infographic below for more information on the new bicycle regulations.