Answer: As of September 1st, 2017, texting and driving within the state of Texas is officially illegal. The offense is punishable by a fine of $25-99 for first-time offenders, and $100-200 for repeat […]
A scooter does not fall under the classification of a normal passenger vehicle, so it is necessary to register it as a moped or motorcycle, which requires a class M license. Under the legal definition of a moped, it must meet the following criteria:
If a two-wheeled vehicle fails to meet all three of the above criteria, the owner must register it as a motorcycle. If the scooter or moped DOES meet those three requirements, you’re eligible for a “K” restriction. This basically means that you are exempt from taking a motorcycle test, but you’re also restricted from driving a motorcycle (even though you possess an M license).
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