Motorized bicycle (moped) license
A motorized bicycle (moped) is defined by law as a pedal bicycle with a helper motor, electric or gas-powered, capable of a maximum speed of no more than 25 miles per hour on a flat surface. A moped has a maximum displacement of less than 50 cubic centimeters (no more than 1.5 brake horsepower).
How to get a moped license
Possible reasons you can fail the road test
- You must be at least 15 years old
- Visit an MVC Agency to complete an application for a moped permit.
- Pass the 6 point -ID requirements
- Pay $5 examination permit fee
- Pass the knowledge and vision tests to validate your permit. Study by reading the Driver Manual, Motorcycle Manual and Moped Manual
- You must practice with a permit for at least 20 days before being eligible to take the road test
If you pass the road test, take your permit, ride slip
and score sheet to an MVC Agency to receive your license and pay the $6 license fee
- You lack the equipment required by state regulations
- Have no helmet
- Have unapproved goggles or face shield
- Your horn cannot be heard from at least 100 feet away