motor cycle license.

Did you know in case you can't ride a bike you can take your test on a can am 3 wheeler. :lol:
 
That seems kind of lame to me. If you can not ride a motorcycle why should you have a license to do so? :thinking: Anyone can ride a trike.
 

SRAD97750

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:lol: A spyder doesn't require a M1 or M2 licensing.:lol:
:lol: A spyder couldn't fit in the loops! :lol:
-BIG DAN
 

SRAD97750

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Car.
1. can't lane share
2. truck tires
3. no lean involved
3. 650cc?

Now this is a weak bike but has much greater design in it's handling and steering. It's a step through and a CVT. :banana:


This bike leans, turns like a motorcycle, and uses motorcycle tires. FI 500cc single.
http://www.piaggiousa.com/scooters.html#!s=home/mp3-500
To me this Italian Scooter is superior to the Can-am. -BIG DAN:thumb:
 
It is classified as an Automobile, you do not need an M1 to drive a three wheeled vehicle. :prof: Please tell me what DMV is so fucking stupid to be allowing this. I would turn them into the State real fast. :foul::rant::foul:
 
It is classified as an Automobile, you do not need an M1 to drive a three wheeled vehicle
That is so strange. Apparently it is considered a motorcycle because it has 3 wheels, so the motorcycle test can be taken on them (if it stays in the lines, which I doubt), but a motorcycle license is not required for 3 wheeled vehicles..

license requirements

California issues the following license classes for two-wheel vehicle
operation:
• Class M1—You may operate
any two-wheel motorcycle,
motor-driven cycle, or motorized
scooter and all vehicles listed
under Class M2.

http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q...DKLV09&sig=AHIEtbT27zOSj046BT8_cQ6UlgnnJSemtQ
 
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