MOPED


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AcronymDefinition
MOPEDMinistry of Planning and Economic Development (various locations)
MOPEDMotorized Pedicycle
MOPEDMotor or Pedal Power
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Flux Mopeds was created to deliver an alternative to the gas-powered scooter.
This follows a recent spate of thefts in the east end of Newcastle after motorbikes and mopeds have been left insecure.
An officer in a marked police car said Crawford had a pillion passenger whose weight caused the moped to ride low to the ground, but he zoomed across the junction of Utting Avenue East, in Norris Green, without stopping and causing drivers to "slam on".
Gerry Bucke, general manager of specialist insurance broker Bikesure, said a typical premium for a 16-year-old with a moped licence and no accidents or convictions would be around PS2,200, based on a mileage of 5,000 per year.
Last night, police revealed details of a similar moped robbery later the same day.
Detective Bill Bustos, with the Valley Traffic Division, said the moped driver was traveling west on Foothill Boulevard near Hillrose Street about 7:10 p.
A council has bought 30 50cc mopeds worth pounds 1,040 each which they are handing out to the unemployed to help them get a job.
People who opt to borrow a moped will be given full training by the council before taking to the road.
If you're 17 or over, with a full car licence obtained before February 1, 2001, you're already qualified to ride a moped with pillion, provided you wear L-plates.
But the Sunday People followed the disgusting pervert back to his home town and caught him racing around on a moped with the skill and agility of a teenager.
The biker came back to see the moped being driven off in the city's Bonnington area.
Four sectors are examined in this Market Review: cars; commercial vehicles; motorcycles, mopeds and scooters; and motor components.