it depends were on the sidewalks you need a liscense for a motorized scooter and on roads too. but on private property it is legal and you need owners consent. i hope that answers your question.
Not on any public roads. To operate a motorized vehicle on public roads in Nova Scotia, you must have a valid drivers license, and the minimum age requirement for that is 16 years.
A "moped without pedals" is considered a motorized scooter. Motorized scooters are illegal on NJ Roads and Sidewalks.
I think 3.5 ton is the legal limit for british roads
No. Most states require that all motorized vehicles on public streets be registered and plated. Also due to the go-carts small size, it is extremely dangerous to drive on public roads.
If you are referring to modern British and French roads, the stone-paved roads did not have any advantages over modern roads. Tarmac is a more efficient type of surface. Many of the British and French roads follow the course of the road the Romans had built there.
pocket bikes are not legal on highways or main roads, but they are legal in rural roads and mostly on small roads such as side roads through houses and such. pocket bikes are only legal through those roads if they do not exceed 30kph. in saskatoon and the surrounding area pocket bikes are ussually fine to use, yet in regina and that surrounding area, its not as easy to get away with unless its on a rural road or privater property
They say: "All roads lead to Rome." The Romans created an amazing network of roads all across the empire, initially to move troops to trouble spots (and back home again), but then also for speedy communication and ease of pre-motorized travel.
Because they are not street legal.
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dusty and bumpy
no. they are not street legal.
you need a paper saying this is street legal from the company you bought it from
Is it legal to ride in a trailer while pulled by a truck
If you put a spray tank on the back you can ride it on contry roads,but not on public roads
If the scooter is motorized and used on public streets/roads/highways, it must have a license plate and the driver should have a driver's license to operate the scooter.
Is it possible? Yes. Is it legal? No.
Yes but not on Main roads
The British did build the roads and railways in India to facilitate easy movement of goods and services in India. They also wanted to open India to the outside world.