New Jersey Helmet Law - P.L. 39:3-76.7:
No person shall operate or ride upon a motorcycle unless he wears a securely fitted protective helmet of a size proper for that person and of a type approved by the federal DOT. Such a helmet must be equipped with either a neck or chin strap and be reflectorized on both sides.
Helmet/seatbelt/endorsement --- laws are all over the place. And state to state differ greatly....I've ridden in lots of different areas and always try to follow the "motorcycle" laws in that area, I'm titled and plated as a motorcycle. (and stay just under the radar) Never going to win the argument with the officer on the street, might in court 'after' the Slingshot has been towed!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You answered your own question here, but you highlighted the wrong section(s), (selective reading?)
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Go to NJ, DMV, get a copy of the book they use for new drivers. Keep it in your glove box.
I had my attorney read it & he said according to the wording, no helmet is necessary for this vehicle in NJ.
I've already enlightened two NJ cops, with no ticket.