100 MPG: No Drivers License Needed

In today’s economy with gasoline reaching $4 per gallon consumers are looking for ways to save money. There are several states that offer unrestricted regulations on Mopeds. There is no drivers license, license plate, insurance, title, or helmet required to operate a moped in several states. The states of Montana, Virginia, North Carolina and West Virgina are considered some of the states where anyone can operate a Moped without regulations or drivers license required. Considering the cost of drivers license, insurance, license plates and other DMV fees, along with the mileage per gallon sometimes reaching 100 mpg, people are looking into other means of transportation.

Some states require only drivers license to operate mopeds or scooters. There are a few states that are now considering to lessen the rules and regulations, in the events of recent economic conditions and the rise of gasoline prices, on small scooters, electric bicycles, mopeds and even golf carts.

Visit your local license bureau website and check out the rules and regulations on small scooters and mopeds. Check your local craigslist or ebay for used or new ones for sale. You may want to invest in one if the gasoline prices continue to rise.