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Do you need insurance on a moped?
no mopeds do not need insurance
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the insurance can be £170+ depending on which one u want 3rd party only = £170+ 3rd party, fire and theft = £210+ comprehensive = £400+
To be street legal, yes. Well, that's only in my state which is NJ. You'll have to look up your states moped rules.
no mopeds are very safe this person is lying yes you do have to have insurance
any scooter or moped that is over 50cc requires insurance. if it is under 50cc, it is recommended by some that you get insurance but that would be a waste and is not necessary…. it depends on your feelings about it though. CORRECTION: Any scooter that Equal to, OR Less than 50cc, does not require a license nor insurance in most states.
Requirements for licensing, registration, and insurance are different from state to state, and also depend on other factors. In South Carolina, you don't need insurance for an…ything under 50cc. In NY whether insurance is required depends on the top speed. For any other states, you'll just have to check your state's dmv (they should have the necessary info on their website). no mopeds are very safe and you do not need insurance you can use a moped any where with no insurance or lisens
It cost me about £100 a year
depends in the state that you live.. I'm paying 102.00 a year for a 150cc...
In many states the answer is no. Some states require that you have a valid driving license. You may also need to wear a helmet and eye protection. You will need to check with …your state or province DMV.
Yes. Mopeds, like all motorized vehicles require liability insurance. The cost for basic liability is about $80 a year for any size scooter, moped, or motorcycle.
No. A moped cannot be written on an auto insurance policy. It would have to have a seperate motorcycle policy in order to be covered. Usually, but not always, companies that w…rite one do not write the other. We have 3 insurance companies that write motorcycle insurance and non of the 3 offer an auto policy.
One can get a dual insurance deal for their mopeds when one goes to the site of TD to get quotes, or go to the site of Intact Insurance and Insurance Motorcycle.
If the moped is power driven, you obviously require insurancepolicy for the same. Further, whether the moped plys in private orpublic road is also a factor. In the later case …only, insurancepolicy will be required.
If it's gong to be driven on roads and highways, you can be sure that you will have to register the moped and buy insurance on it as well. Why would you not? It uses the roads… just as much as anyone else and can be involved in or cause accidents just like any other vehicle. You will normally loose in an accident but if it's your fault the other vehicle will need the small dents and bloods cleaned off the car you hit. Sorry, I couldn't help it.