Scooters, Mopeds, Etc... in Colorado

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Mopeds and Scooters

The definition of a moped under Colorado law is a vehicle with no more than 3 wheels and an engine capacity of no more than 50 ccs or 4,476 watts. Most scooters fall under this category, though some are powerful enough to fall under the motorcycle category.

Drivers Licenses for Mopeds

You do not need a motorcycle endorsement to ride a moped, but you do need a valid driver's license. Make sure you have this covered before hopping onto your moped.

Registering Your Moped

You'll have to complete some paperwork to register your moped, but the procedure is fairly simple.

You'll need the following:

You can take the completed materials either to an authorized moped dealer, who will issue you your registration, or you can mail them to the following address:

  • Colorado Department of Revenue
  • Motor Vehicle Registration
  • Denver CO 80217

You can always visit the Registration Section in person at 1881 Pierce Street in Lakewood, CO 80214, though this option might take more time.

Insurance Requirements

All scooter riders must carry proof of insurance.

Helpful Links

Mopeds are all about community, so if you've just bought one, get ready to share the road with other two-wheeled enthusiasts. Below are a few fun ways to get more knowledgeable about the world of mopeds:

There are also relevant links if you visit our motorcycles and other vehicles guide.


DR 2701

Complete this form to register a low-power scooter.

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