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6. Sharing the Road
- 6.1. Pedestrians
- 6.2. Bicycles
- 6.3. Motorcycle Awareness
- 6.4. Mopeds
- 6.5. School Buses
- 6.6. Public Transit
- 6.7. Funeral Processions
- 6.8. Sharing the Road with a Truck
- 6.9. Golf Carts
Persons riding mopeds have the same rights and duties as drivers of motor vehicles. Moped riders committing traffic violations will receive citations.
Know and obey these moped laws:
- You must be 16 years of age or older to operate a moped on a public road.
- Operators of mopeds must have the minimum of a Class E license. No motorcycle endorsement is required.
- Mopeds must be registered annually and a tag purchased.
- Mopeds may not be operated on bicycle paths or foot paths.
- Moped operators do not have to carry PIP insurance.
- Operators 16 years of age or older are not required to wear helmets.
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