- n. Plural form of moped.
“They're classified as mopeds and must follow the same rules of the road as bicycles, said Motor Vehicle”
“While motorized conveyances such as mopeds and Cushmans seem to be increasing in number, I have yet to see any evidence that they are actually encroaching upon the bicycle.”
“Anyone at least 16 years old can ride scooters, which are defined as "mopeds" under Virginia law, according to the state's Department of Motor Vehicles.”
“INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - High gas prices are accelerating interest in motorized bikes such as mopeds and scooters.”
“With this rule," wrote one of China ` s leading writers, Han Han, "the majority of the electric bikes will be classified as mopeds or electric motorcycles.”
“They had rented mopeds and gone to a French restaurant out in the country for dinner, then sat through a show by Calvin the Calypso King who kept singing what he thought were romantic songs to put the honeymooners in the mood.”
“When Wills and Pelly began tearing up and down the street in mopeds, she came out of the house and began scolding them.”
“Traffic accidents, primarily involving scooters, or mopeds, are common in Vietnam, and they are the leading a cause of death.”
“A great fan of that work, it's easy to see how Mr. Wilson used this example to elevate his own songs from merely being about teens on mopeds and blondes to becoming "teenage symphonies to God.”
“Underneath, thousands of mopeds carried dangerously-overweight loads; some with a grandparent on the back and a child standing sturdily on the front frame were being driven by a stolid looking parent.”
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