The legal age is 4.
There really isn't a age limit.... But you SHOULD have a bike license to make it safer... And Only drive on legal places... :)
The rules are not the same everywhere. Where I'm at, the legal requirement is to have a brake separate from the drive system.
a simple full car licence is required
It is legal to operate pocket bikes in the state of California. The only state that it is illegal to operate pocket bikes is the state of Florida. If the pocket bike is under 100cc ,it is okay. Pocket bikes are not considered motor vehicles in the state of California.
Well considering that its a private road than yes it is 100% legal as long as you have permission from the legal owners of the road
Dirt bikes can be a fun way to get around when you have a lot of ground outdoors. However, they are dangerous. Therefore it is important to have a minimum age for riders to ensure safety and understanding. In North Carolina the age is 16.
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.
mate you can ride a dirt bike legally on farms or just on a property you own. It should be legal.Everywhere as long as you know how to operate a dirt bike and are responsible while using it.-Marty in Santa Ana
No. Anything that is not human powered, or in other words has a motor, is illegal to operate upon a sidewalk.
In every state that I know of, the same as t drive a car, if you are referring to a street legal motorcycle. If you are talking about a bicycle, there is no age requirement.
Can - sure. But it will increase the risk of head injuries a little, and in some places wearing a helmet while riding is a legal requirement.
No, unless it is a street legal registered dirt bike.
It is NOT legal for anyone 14 years of age to operate ANY vehicle on the public roads of Florida
depend on the bike
You do not need a license to operate an off road bike.
Possibly. Laws do not often make distinction between bicycles and motorbikes. Provided the bike is road-legal, there should be no problem.
No, It's not whether you do, or don't, have a permit. It's the safety equipment, or lack thereof, that makes that class of vehicle unlawful to operate on the street.
These lights are legal per Colorado law. The only statute in Colorado that pertains to such lights, is blue or red can't be seen from the centerline in front of the bike.
From 2003 it is imposible to make a dirt bike street-legal in California. If you live in California and would like to have a street-legal dirt bike your options are: # Buy a used street legal dirt bike pre-2003 model. # Buy a street legal dirt bike from someone who lives outside California. The bike should have more than 8K miles before you buy it. # Buy a street legal dirt bike from someone who lived outside California and moved to California with his street legal bike. # Buy the following 2007 and up California street legal bikes: KTM 450 EXC-R, KTM 530 EXC-R, Husqvarna TE 450, Husqvarna TE 530
yes but its cheaper to just buy on on/off road bike.