Old 05-23-11, 04:32 PM
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in other words, it seems that even though my electric bicycle can go 32 mph on flat land , the police could not legally ticket me for having a vehicle that can do 32 mph without a tag/registration because my electric bike does not have a piston displacement of 49 c.c or more. Now, they could ticket me if I break the law by casuing a accident , or not obeying traffic signals on my bicycle.

In other states , a officer may be able to give you a ticket on your electric bike, if they use radar and see you are doing more then 20 mph on flat land, and dont have the electric bicycle tagged, registered or insured.

each state is different.
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