HB09-1026 - Colorado

Low-power Self-propelled Vehicles  

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  • rider said

    god, What a dick. motorbikes ( 50cc and under scooters) have been co operating with traffic for decades. and it saves good gas. and that is wrong about needing a license to ride anything under 50 cc. You do not, or i guess you didnt used to. the laws have only restricted sound and top speed ( if it cant go as fast as traffic, or if it sounds like a nitro lawn mower,it shouldn't be on that street ) ( also some unclear lighting requirements ) that works great with good prepared riders out there, but some ppl get crazy with it. plus think of the taxs, there going to make millons off you suckers... i drive a zx 600 r ninja.... so peace out yall.....
    02/01/2010
  • anonymous said

    To the comment regarding the valid license, you have always needed a valid license to ride these scooters on the street this is not a change. Many slackers have been ignoring the law and I am sure they will continue to. If you do not have or have lost your license I do not want you riding on my streets because you are not safe and there is a reason for these laws. Ride a bike!
    09/21/2009
  • anonymous said

    you obviously were not thinking when this was written did you consult with the industry" with the poeple who ride these"
    09/01/2009
  • anonymous said

    you are taking the only way thosands of people get to work without a valid license dumd ass move again
    07/08/2009
  • Governor Action - Signed
    05/20/2009
  • Signed by the President of the Senate
    05/15/2009
  • Sent to the Governor
    05/15/2009
  • Signed by the Speaker of the House
    05/13/2009
  • 05/12/2009
  • House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass
    04/29/2009
  • Senate Third Reading Passed with Amendments
    04/28/2009
  • Senate Second Reading Passed with Amendments
    04/27/2009
  • Senate Second Reading Laid Over Daily
    04/22/2009
  • Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Unamended to Senate Committee of the Whole
    04/17/2009
  • Senate Committee on Transportation Refer Amended to Appropriations
    03/31/2009
  • Introduced In Senate - Assigned to Transportation
    03/24/2009
  • Introduced In Senate - Assigned to Transportation + Appropriations
    03/24/2009
  • Governor Action - Signed
    03/20/2009
  • House Third Reading Passed
    03/18/2009
  • House Second Reading Passed with Amendments
    03/17/2009
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