Go-Ped


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Go-Ped

(ˈɡəʊˌpɛd)
n
(Automotive Engineering) trademark a motorized vehicle consisting of a low footboard on wheels, steered by handlebars
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Kirklees Rural police tweeted: "As the warmer weather approaches please think carefully about where you will ride your motorcycle, quad bike or go-ped. We have also seen nuisance caused by cars and vans been driven erratically on public roads." Under Section 59 of the Police Reform Act 2002 if you are riding a motorcycle, quadbike or go-ped in an inconsiderate or careless manner or riding without authority on any road, public place, public path, moorland and common land and you cause alarm, distress or annoyance to members of the public then your vehicle could be seized by the police.
South Pasadena, CA, November 16, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Go-Ped LightRider electric scooter has taken the world of personal electric transportation by storm.
"It is understandable that buying a mini-moto or go-ped is tempting, however, they are not toys and some are capable of reaching speeds in excess of 30mph.
The order also means Broadhurst faces a stiff penalty if he is caught riding any motorbike, scrambler, quad bike or go-ped in public in Liverpool, unless he is properly licensed and insured.
Offering the choice of gas or electric scooters is the Nevada-based Patmont Motor Werks, which produces the Go-Ped line.
Patmont Motor Werks (PMW) recently announced the release of the latest offering in its Go-Ped electric scooter line -- the ESR750 Sport.
Anyone riding a so-called Go-Ped on a public road must have a driving licence, insurance, and be registered with the DVLA.
Four years ago the High Court ruled Go-ped scooters were "motor vehicles" in the eyes of the law and their riders must have a driving licence and third-party insurance to use them on the road.
Benjamin Stringer, 18, from George Street, Porthcawl, was arrested by police in the town when he was caught riding the motor-powered 'go-ped' scooter in the town.
Lee Ramsden was arrested and charged with a string of motoring offences for riding a 20mph go-ped through the streets of North Shields.
"They can cost between pounds 200 and pounds 300 and anyone thinking of buying a Go-Ped or any other motorised scooter should think about the legal requirement before they part with such a large sum of money."
A ten-year-old boy was fighting for his life last night after his Go-Ped scooter collided with a car.