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.
It cost me about £100 a year
no mopeds are very safe this person is lying yes you do have to have insurance
If it is licensed to drive on streets it is probably required to have liability insurance at least. If it is financed in any way you probably have to purchase not only liability insurance but also physical damage coverage as well in order to protect the finance company or bank.
One could purchase a 50cc motorbike in stores such as Target, and Walmart. Also if one wanted to buy it online they could go to eBay, and Amazon. These are trusted sites.
If it is under 50cc, has lights and such, and has a seat height of 25", then no. Over 50cc and is must have a title and you have to have a motorcycle license and insurance.
you can ride a 50cc motorbike at 16
16 for a motorcycle licence which will be restricted to 50cc
On a public road you require a licence and valid insurance.
To drive in England you have to be at least 16 a which point you can drive a moped (50cc scooter)
It is 50cc.
50cc dirt bike may be available at a bike specialist store, but very unlikely. Most 50cc dirt bike are seen online for purchase only. For example eBay and Amazon.
no license or insurance needed if under 50cc
Yes. You need a driver's license and insurance.
Scooters are becoming more and more popular nowadays, and the 50cc scooter is starting to boom in business ventures. Once can purchase such a scooter in local car dealerships as well as online on most car stores' websites.
I'm 15 and really want to buy a 50cc scooter (moped). I know I need CBT and provisional license but since I'm too young I can't. My parents are letting my buy a 50cc scooter (I'm going to pay for the road tax and MOT) but then can I renew road tax for the 17 pounds at the post office with no insurance? Thanks.
yes as long as it is 50cc or less other wise its considered as a motorcycle and you must have it lisensed and insurance but if your on a road no matter what you must have a drivers lisenes
A 1970 50cc can sell for a high or low price depending on the particular model. It can sell for $2800, based on previous purchase prices.
yes and not only 150cc but for 50cc as well, and insurance.
no you can not unless you are riding a 50cc and you are 16 it has to have insurance,tax,mot and past your cbt
It depends where you live. Most countries require a licence and valid insurance for public roads.
A person can purchase a 50cc Moped on the internet by using Ebay or Best Price Com or Scooter Depot, or Power Sports Max or visiting a 50cc Moped garages, shops or showrooms belonging to Rockville Motorsports,CD Scooters, Scooter Company UK, Mopeds Company UK, Scooter Stop LV, Orlando Scooter or Scooter Crazy.
Answer:It depends entirely on where you live and what you want to ride. In England its 16 to ride a 50cc moped.
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