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Here in Georgia, as well as some other states, a tag, registration, title and insurance are not required for 50cc motor scooters (mopeds). A standard driver’s license is required. Motor scooters over 50cc require a tag, registration, title, insurance, and a valid Class M motorcycle license (see Rider's Safety Course below). In Georgia, all scooterists must wear a DOT approved helmet. Click for Georgia Moped Requirements or Georgia Motorcycle Requirements. For motor scooter laws in other states, go to Scooter & Motorcycle Laws By State.




Scooters are simple and easy to ride, but for your safety and to improve your skills, we recommend the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Rider Course. Twist ‘n’ Scoot has partnered with Chris Carr of Two Wheel Adventures Motorcycle Academy to offer MSF certification classes that will train you on your scooter, unlike most classes which require a motorcycle.

Upon successfully completing the MSF class, you will receive the course completion card which may entitle you to a waiver from the motorcycle license written examination and road test. Additionally, graduates of TWA classes will receive a coupon good for 10% off any accessory at Twist 'n' Scoot. Find out more and register for a class at Two Wheel Adventures.


The Motorcycle Safety Foundation® is the internationally recognized developer of the comprehensive, research-based, Rider Education and Training System and actively participates in government relations, safety research, public awareness campaigns and the provision of technical assistance to state training and licensing programs. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is a national, not-for-profit organization.
Chris Carr is a State of Georgia Dept.of Driver Services Motorcycle Safety Program approved training provider and MSF instructor, actively engaged in motorcycle training and education since 2001. Chris' programs have educated more than 6000 riders in the Atlanta area. Chris has competed in AMA, WERA, Formula USA, and AHRMA road racing events, authored the book Street Riding Secrets and writes for several motorcycle publications and blogs.