Re: kickstart vs. pedal start questions

XBrandon EdgeX /
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I don't know about the state you live in, but some states require a working pedal system to be classified as a moped, which makes it exempt from a lot of licensing and insuring requirements of automobiles and motorcycles. In South Dakota (where I live), if it follows all of the guidelines of the moped laws (which includes the working pedal system) then it doesn't need to be licensed, insured, or registered and is still street legal. Check your local laws and see if it applies in your area.

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  kickstart vs. pedal start questionsTopic by: Christian Christian 05/13/01 03:18PM
  Re: kickstart vs. pedal start questionsRe: mike mike 05/13/01 04:09PM
  Re: kickstart vs. pedal start questionsRe: XBrandon EdgeX XBrandon EdgeX 05/13/01 04:48PM
  Re: kickstart vs. pedal start questionsRe: Rasta Rasta 05/13/01 06:58PM
  Re: kickstart vs. pedal start questionsRe: Ken Ken 05/13/01 09:17PM

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