BALTIMORE, Md. - If you ride a moped or a scooter, your days of riding without a title or insurance on said moped or scooter will soon be over.
On October 1, 2012 new Maryland vehicle laws will take effect that require all motor scooters and mopeds to be titled and insured. In addition, all operators and passengers will be required to wear a helmet and eye protection.
The new law states all motor scooters and mopeds must display their new title and decal on the rear of the vehicle.
Officials say there will be no change to the pre-existing law requiring moped and scooter operators to have a valid driver's license (or moped permit).
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