§ 46.2-915. Stickers required on mopeds
Any dealer who sells any moped at retail shall affix to any such moped, or verify that there is affixed thereto a permanent decal or sticker which states (i) that the operation of mopeds on highways and public vehicular areas by persons under the age of sixteen is prohibited by Virginia law, (ii) the maximum horsepower of the moped, and (iii) the maximum speed at which the moped may be ridden.
Any dealer who sells any such moped which does not have affixed thereto such a permanent decal or sticker or who sells a motorcycle with such a sticker or decal attached thereto indicating that its motor is rated at no more than two brake horsepower producing only ordinary speeds up to a maximum of 35 miles per hour shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.
(1976, c. 264, § 46.1-172.03; 1981, c. 585; 1987, c. 344; 1989, c. 727; 2007, c. 111.)Sections: Previous 46.2-909 46.2-910 46.2-911 46.2-911.1 46.2-912 46.2-913 46.2-914 46.2-915 46.2-915.1 46.2-915.2 46.2-916 46.2-916.1 46.2-916.2 46.2-916.3 46.2-917 Next
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