Did you Know?
That there are 2,339,986 vehicles registered in Nebraska.
A moped is defined as a bicycle with fully operative pedals for propulsion by human power, an automatic transmission and a motor not exceeding 50 cc that produces no more than two brake horsepower at a maximum design speed of no more than 30 miles per hour.
Mopeds are exempt from titling and registration. They can be operated on public roads as long as the operator complies with the laws regarding mopeds and the pedals are not removed. The laws regarding the operation of mopeds are §60,6,309 thru §60-6,313 and may be searched and reviewed on the Legislative website at Nebraska State Laws - QuickSearch .
While mopeds are exempt from titling and registering, if at any time the pedals are removed the vehicle becomes an off-road vehicle restricted to operation on private property unless it meets the minimum requirements of a motorcycle . If it meets the minimum motorcycle requirements then must be titled and registered for legal operation on public roads.
If your vehicle is an Electric Personal Assistive Device, please refer to Electric Personal Assistive Devices .
If your vehicle is a Minibike, please refer to Minibikes .
If your vehicle is an ATV, please refer to ATVs .
If your vehicle is a Motorcycle, please refer to Motorcycles.
Questions regarding Mopeds may be addressed to Email or by contacting this office at (402) 471-3918.
This page last revised 6/5/2008