Mopeds and mobility- sounds related to each other? Well, literally they are even. If you go according to the definition,
then mopeds are two wheeled vehicles that can either be driven by a motor or pedalled. But as per the US Government's legal
definition, all those vehicles that can not exceed 30-mile per hour on its own power on level ground and can not exceed 50cc
displacement, must have a 'kill switch'. Besides, if those vehicles can not have a manual transmission, then they must have a
step throughs frame. These vehicles are called as mopeds and they are easy to park anywhere as they consume less space.
Mopeds can be of two stoked or four stroked. Two-stroked mopeds are generally lighter. Gas and oil mixtures are used for
two stroked mopeds while it's not required for four stroked one. If you want go for short journeys, 50cc mopeds are ideal for
you. But if you prefer long journeys, then 125cc mopeds is the answer, though you have to take care of the legal hassle and
yes you have to clear the age restriction rule which differ in different states of US. If you have a driving licence then
it's not required to go for any further test to ride a moped. Otherwise you have to go for compulsory basic training (CBT)
You can get different parts of mopeds assembled as per your requirement to get the desired result. These days you can
even order through online stores, which often provide attractive discounts too. Moreover, usually the shipping and delivery
charges inclusive of prices which is a really tempting enough to buy from them.
According to a survey, mopeds consume 55% to 80% less fuel as compared to cars. So just imagine that if more and more
people will use two wheeled vehicles, how much it could reduce the toxic substances release! Along with enjoying your ride
on mopeds, you are contributing to a safer and relatively cleaner environment. I feel this adds another strong reason to
enjoying your ride on Moped. So go out and enjoy the hassle free moped riding.