Depending on the engine size and power, Washington state law could consider your ride as an electric assisted bicycle, a moped, a motor-driven cycle or a motorcycle.
Depending on the engine size and power, Washington state law could consider your ride as an electric assisted bicycle, a moped, a motor-driven cycle or a motorcycle. Doug Dahl Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Depending on the engine size and power, Washington state law could consider your ride as an electric assisted bicycle, a moped, a motor-driven cycle or a motorcycle. Doug Dahl Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

It’s got two wheels and a motor; but does the law consider it a bicycle or a motorcycle?

May 01, 2017 05:00 AM