yes you can get a DUI for driving any motorized vehicle
Yes, with some caveats. Read the statute below. ARIZONA HB 2796 28-2516. Motorized electric or gas powered bicycles or tricycles; definition A. Notwithstanding any other provision of this title: 1. A certificate of title is not required for a motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle. 2. Registration is not required for a motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle. 3. Vehicle license tax is not imposed on a motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle. 4. A motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle is exempt from the provisions of section 28-964 relating to required equipment on motorcycles and motor-driven cycles and from the provisions of title 49, chapter 3, article 5 relating to vehicle emissions inspections. 5. A driver license is not required to operate a motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle. 6. A motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle may use rights-of-way designated for the exclusive use of bicycles. 7. A motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle is not subject to chapter 9 of this title. B. For the purposes of this section, "motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle" means a bicycle or tricycle that is equipped with a helper motor that has a maximum piston displacement of forty-eight cubic centimeters or less, that may also be self-propelled and that is operated at speeds of less than twenty miles per hour.
It would be the same as the average mass/weight of anyone in the general population + the average weight of a bike, say just below 30 lbs.
Under California Vehicle Code Section 21235, the operator of a moped [motorized scooter] cannot do any of the following: (a) Operate a motorized scooter unless it is equipped with a brake that will enable the operator to make a braked wheel skid on dry, level, clean pavement. (b) Operate a motorized scooter on a highway with a speed limit in excess of 25 miles per hour unless the motorized scooter is operated within a class II bicycle lane. (c) Operate a motorized scooter without wearing a properly fitted and fastened bicycle helmet that meets the standards described in Section 21212. (d) Operate a motorized scooter without a valid driver's license or instruction permit. (e) Operate a motorized scooter with any passengers in addition to the operator. (f) Operate a motorized scooter carrying any package, bundle, or article that prevents the operator from keeping at least one hand upon the handlebars. (g) Operate a motorized scooter upon a sidewalk, except as may be necessary to enter or leave adjacent property. (h) Operate a motorized scooter on the highway with the handlebars raised so that the operator must elevate his or her hands above the level of his or her shoulders in order to grasp the normal steering grip area. (i) Leave a motorized scooter lying on its side on any sidewalk, or park a motorized scooter on a sidewalk in any other position, so that there is not an adequate path for pedestrian traffic. (j) Attach the motorized scooter or himself or herself while on the roadway, by any means, to any other vehicle on the roadway. For more information on California law affecting motorized scooters, see the below link:
These bicycle lights are really easy to install on to your bike See link below
Below the bicycle path after eterna.
... since the first bicycle, the "Walking Maschine" in 1817. [See images at the link below]
A pedal-less bicycle was invented in 1818, but the recognised invention was in 1861. See the Related Link below.
Look in the link I will place below
See below in the related links for a map to the Goblin riding trainer, Revi Ramrod.
James Starley, the "father of the bicycle" as some call him, is credited with the invention of the Penny Farthing bicycle. See the link below for biographical information.
The link below, in the related links box, has all of the answers to this riding level.
Here is a diagram of an electric guitar. Linked below.
Yes. See link below.
Since it is technically a "moped" or bike powered by a 50cc (or less) motor, licensing is not required in all states, therefore (in those instances) a "title" will not be issued by the MVD or the dealer who sold you the motorized bicycle type of transportation. You should, however, have a Bill of Sale. See link below for more info.
anywhere on the strings below the nut and below where your hands are on the neck
Depends on the style of hub. I'll post a link below where you can read more.
If there is a blown fuse on a Sears riding lawnmower, the fuse box is located below the seat. It is not common for a riding lawnmower to blow a fuse so there could be another cause like a short in the wiring.
Yes you can, in some states. (see the related links below)
Click on the link below for the manual.
Use the link below this post to get your manual.
It looks like someone lying down, either fully down or leaning back/reclining. You could be lying on your side or on your back or sitting in a reclining position like in an easy chair. Ever see anyone riding a recumbent bicycle? See the links below for demonstrative pictures.
Yes. Located in Oreburgh, northeast, just below the Bicycle hill.
That'd depend on what's wrong with it. I'll post links to some real helpful sites below.
YES but of course (unless you only plan on riding below 5MPH)