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Discussion in 'Laws, Legislation & Emissions' started by Tom, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. Tom

    Tom Active Member

  2. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    sh*t, it didn't "help" me any...i'll have to spring for $30 registration in washington state, plus a buck-fifty for the decal :evil:
  3. bamabikeguy

    bamabikeguy Active Member

    I'm going to remain ignorant of the laws and presume even greater ignorance on the part of authorities, rely on the power of bluff and b.s. to keep rubber to the road.

    Alabama looks fuzzy, forgot my reading glasses. All the other 49 states "hey, just passing through".
  4. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    hehe...just met a guy out here who has an old whizzer...he's never registered or had a problem. only 2 cops in the area & they have more important things to worry about. i figure i get a real skid-lid & mind my manners i won't have any problems either :twisted:
  5. Cookie

    Cookie Guest


    Augie I just read the laws for Wa and it seems you are at the mercy of the local that stops you their is not a definite ruling on motor assisted bikes the only reference is to electric assisted bike.......Just wear a brain bucket and be NICE :)

  6. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    Re: Wa

    actually, i read the first paragraph as clearly defining the (up to 50cc/30mph) gas-powered bike as a moped, registration/license required. moped rentals is a central business up here, i'll be calling them to clarify.
    how 'bout i just put a "smilie" on my helmet, will that work? :p
  7. jimmy

    jimmy Guest

    WA "moped" law

    (I am referring to WA state as i live here)

    So if they are classifying as a moped.. I am hoping this does not mean that we need a LICENSE to ride them..

    And they need to be more clear.. By what they are saying If I had a bicycle with a 2.5 cc Model Airplane motor.. ITS A MOPED?? lol