Scooters, Mopeds, Etc... in Illinois
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All vehicles in Illinois must be titled and registered if they travel on the roadways. This includes motorcycles, scooters, and mopeds.
The process to register a scooter or moped is the same as for motorcycle registrations. You must complete Form VSD-190, available only at your local Secretary of State office, and submit the appropriate documentation and required fees and taxes. It costs $38 to register a moped or scooter and $65 to title it.
You'll need to carry a Class L driver's license to ride a moped or scooter, as long as the engine displacement is less than 150 cubic centimeters. If the displacement is 150cc or more, you'll need a Class M license. Visit our Motorcycle License section for information about how to apply for these licenses.
Many people are now looking at ways to economize on fuel. Scooters, mopeds, and motorcycles are fuel-efficient, fun, and affordable, so you might want to consider one as your next major purchase. Here are some links to help you find one that meets your needs.
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