New Female Rider Needs Moped Info

<HTML>To All and Any Knowledgable Fellow Moped Riders,

I recently purchased a 1999 Sundrio Chinese made moped/scootter. It has no moving peddles, so I guess it is more like a scooter. I live in Western North Carolinia. I do not need a driver's liscense or insurance to operate it here. I just lost my drivers license and won't have one for two years. I would like to move to another state soon but I wasn't and need to bring the moped with me for transportation of course. I am considering moving to California, Arizonia, Nevada, Florida, or Ohio. Before I move I need to know if I need a valid driver's liscense, insurance, or if my bike is street legal in those states. I can't find any information about mopeds and laws on the internet.

I would greatly appreciate it if someone could send me information on state regulations pertaining to moped operation in any or all of these states and any other states.

I am working on this too and if I find it I'll post any state regulations about mopeds if I can. These laws effect all moped riders and especially moped riders who are not eligible for a driver's liscence or those cannot afford a car and insurance. Keeping the roads of the United States open to moped riders is our duty. Thank you for your time.

Sincerly, Colleen K. Age 26.

e-mail address -- kitty@mail.cytechcis.net

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<HTML>at www.moped.org, there is a list of laws for almost every state. also, i don't really recomend Ohio, I mean, come...its Ohio.good luck with the move.-</HTML>

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<HTML> In California a moped is defined as having pedals and less than 2 horsepower. You must have a minimum of a car drivers license and insurance. The good thing about the law here is that a moped doesn't need annual registration.

Your Sundiro would be classified as a motor-driven cycle which requires a motor-driven cycle endorsement on your license, hence a driving test. Registration is annual and also requires insurance. Motor-driven cycles are not allowed on freeways.

That's it in a nutshell....

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<HTML>MOVE TO OHIO MOVE NEAR CLEVELAND ILL PICK U UP IN MY CAR ANYTIME,,IN OHIO ALL U NEED IS A LEARNERS PERMIT OR DRIVERS LICENSE INSURANCE AND REGISTRATION..OHIO RULES JOHNNY SUX MY BIG YEAH!!!!

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<HTML>Move to Nebraska! No Title, registration, or lisence needed. Riders have right of way on all roads below 35 miles an hour.</HTML>

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<HTML>nothings wrong wit ohio! Colleen K, you need either a regular car operators license, or you can get just a moped license. They are not particular on insurance, although its always a good idea!</HTML>

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If you have LOST your license, that is, had it taken away by a court, then you cannot legally drive a moped. At least in Ohio and Michigan.

RE: New Female Rider Needs Moped Info

If you have LOST your license, that is, had it taken away by a court, then you cannot legally drive a moped. At least in Ohio and Michigan.

Sorry if this double posted. My girlfriends info auto filled the above fields and I changed it.

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if you move to a another state you should be able to get another licence there, unless you got a DUI or did a federal crime, warrent for your arrest?

booooze, scooters are lame.

RE: New Female Rider Needs Moped Info

Will you be my girlfriend? Send pics.

Love,

Chris W Age 12

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