Scooters, Mopeds, Etc... in Idaho
For a nominal fee, you can get your new registration sticker with next day delivery. Learn more below.
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What Makes a Moped?
Your motorbike is a moped if it:
- Has pedal propulsion and is electric.
- Its top speed is 30 MPH.
- Has 2 or 3 wheels.
- Has no more than a 50 cc engine.
- Has a direct or automatic power drive system (no need for clutching or shifting).
The Idaho Transportation Department provides information on page 5 of the motorcycle manual to help you determine whether your motorbike is a motorcycle or moped.
Registering and Titling Mopeds
If you never plan to operate your moped on a city street, the County Assessor will give you "off-highway" stickers. Most people won't use this option.
If your bike exceeds the classifications above, you'll need to get a motorcycle endorsement.
If for some reason, you will never use your scooter on city streets or highways, you may ask for "off-road" stickers, and drive it only in designated off-road areas. Generally, this option is best suited for those with dirt bikes, but it is available.
A restricted use license plate is available for all off-highway vehicles (OHV). The plate, along with an OHV registration sticker, allows all OHVs to operate on Forest Service roads, unless otherwise posted.