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Local Scooter Class and License Info
For Riders in California

In the state of California, the GenZe 2.0 is classified as a moped, and requires a M2 license to ride. To apply for your Class M2 license, make an appointment at your local DMV office and:

  • Submit an original DL 44 application form. This form cannot be downloaded. Collect one at any DMV office, or have one mailed to you by calling (800) 777-0133.
  • Provide a thumbprint.
  • Have your picture taken.
  • Pay the $33 application fee.
  • Pass a vision exam.
  • Pass the traffic laws and road signs test.

Or, skip the test at the DMV, and complete it as part of a CHP certified training and safety course. You will learn the rules of the road, how to ride safely in various conditions, and cut your time at the DMV in half. Find a location near you here.

http://cmsp.msi5.com For riders in Oregon

In Oregon, the GenZe 2.0 is classified as a moped because the top speed is regulated to 30mph. You must register, insure, and wear a helmet when operating a GenZe 2.0. However, no additional motorcycle endorsement is needed (just a state issued driver’s license).

This means that no additional classes or tests are required to operate the 2.0 if you are a licensed driver in Oregon in good standing.

That said--scooter-specific education is always a good idea. If you would like to take a class on scooter riding and safety, check Team Oregon’s upcoming courses.

Local e-Bike Safety Classes and Events
For Cyclists in San Francisco

The SF Bike Coalition Offers classes for adults new to biking (it’s never too late to learn to ride a bicycle), new to urban cycling, or wanting to brush up on their traffic skills. The best part is---many of these classes are completely FREE of charge!

Register online now and take a peek at their upcoming events. They host great rides activities for the local bike community.

For Cyclists in Oakland

Bike East Bay offers a range of classes for everything from taking bikes on transit, to shopping by bike and biking after dark.

Many of these classes are offered free of charge, so check out their upcoming events, and sign up!

For Cyclists in Portland

BTA Oregon is a fantastic resource for maps, routes and other tips about biking. They also offer a series of Commute Clinics for companies and communities interested in commuting by bicycle.

Learn more about the organization and sign up now.

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