- Associated Press - Monday, June 1, 2015

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) - The grace period is over for people not in compliance with a new state law requiring owners of low-speed mopeds and scooters to register their vehicles.

Delaware County Prosecutor Jeffrey Arnold says police in the central Indiana county had given moped riders a grace period of several months before enforcing the law that took effect Jan. 1.

But he tells The Star Press (https://tspne.ws/1EGntXH ) that officers have now “started writing tickets.”

Arnold he doubts many moped owners are aware of the state’s new requirements for low-speed scooters and mopeds.

The new law requires owners of mopeds or scooters with engines smaller than 50 cubic centimeters to have a registration, a license plate and an Indiana identification card. They also must pass a test identifying street signs.

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Information from: The Star Press, https://www.thestarpress.com

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