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Can you drive a 49cc scooter in NV without a license?

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2009-09-07 18:48:13
2009-09-07 18:48:13

No license plates are required for scooters or mopeds 49cc or less in Nevada. As far as whether you need a drivers license I'm not 100% sure but I would say yes because there is a M classification on a Nevada drivers license that is specified for motorcycle/moped.

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