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Are riders of low-power scooters required to have a driver's license?
YES. If the engine size is under 50 cc, the rider is required to have a valid driver's license, but not a motorcycle endorsement, to operate it on a public roadway. Colorado Revised Statute 42-2-103 not only requires motorized bicycle riders to possess a valid driver's license, but it also prohibits them from riding on interstate systems, except where bicycles are allowed.

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1. Are riders of low-power scooters required to have a driver's license?
2. Are these vehicles required to be registered?
3. Are these vehicles required to be insured?
4. Are riders of these vehicles required to wear a helmet and eye protection?
5. Are riders of low-power scooters required to abide by traffic laws?