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Im still new to motorcycles iv owned a cbr250r for about 4 months now. My question is with the grom being so small would i need to have it registered and insured? I know mopeds dot need to be but this bike seems to be right in between


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Seeing how you live in Las Vegas, Yes, you would need to have it registered and insured. I believe it qualifies as a bike as much as a CBR would.
 

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My ruckus costs under $10 a month for full coverage, and I doubt the Grom is going to be a whoe lot more. Just pony up the insurance - not worth it to chance it. These things are too easy to toss into a truck and take off...
 

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in PA it's under 50cc for requiring a moto license, gotta have reg and insurance. still a good chunk of change to lose if you kill 3k of bike... and comprehensive/collision coverage isn't *that* expensive for anything except big sportbikes
 

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It's required to insured and registered to get license plate. Grom breaks all three moped's specification.

1. Have a cylinder capacity of no more than 50 cubic centimeters.
2. Have an automatic transmission.
3. Be capable of a maximum speed of no more than 30 miles per hour.
 

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that stuff is not expensive...
 

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