Mopeds and street-legal scooters are limited-speed motorcycles (LSMs).
LSM's must be registered, licensed and insured for road use.
To drive one, you need a full-privilege (Class 5, 6, 7 or 8) or learner (Class 6 or 8) driver's licence and must wear a helmet.
You're also subject to the same rights and duties as the driver of a motor vehicle.
Road or highway use may be restricted, depending on the speed of your limited-speed motorcycle. For more information, please contact your local police.
Limited-speed motorcycles look a lot like some electric bikes (also known as motor-assisted cycles). However, their operating rules aren't the same.