Do you need a motorcycle license to ride a Honda PCX in the US?
Or can you ride it with a regular driver's license?
- dtstellwagenLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
Alabama was the last State to adopt a requirement for motorcycle endorsement, a 150cc qualifies as a motorcycle (rather than a scooter) in every State.
- zipperLv 610 months ago
If you mean to drive one YES, but to ride on back NO! Just be sure the driver has one!
- RonLv 710 months ago
You can ride it with whatever you want. If you want to ride it legally you need a motorcycle endorsement of some kind
- KY-ClayLv 710 months ago
Any scooter with an engine size over 50cc is considered a motorcycle in every state. You need a motorcycle license to ride it on public streets and roads.
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- JetDocLv 710 months ago
Since the Honda PCX has a 150cc engine, it IS classified as a motorcycle, and you WILL need a motorcycle endorsement on your drivers license to ride it.
- Anonymous10 months ago
Top speed on the bike is 67MPH or a highway speed. This is a motorcycle. You need a MB license to ride it. Mopeds are units that are UNDER 50CC and top speed is 28MPH...that gets the"just a driver's license" The motorcycle you also need to INSURE & plate. A moped just gets a plate...so is way cheaper as it is more like a bicycle in speed.
- JazSincLv 710 months ago
California: Yes, you need an M1 motorcycle license.
- GregLv 710 months ago
If Florida you do. You can check on each of the 49 other states on your own.
- UserLv 710 months ago
Varies from state to state
but in most states you probably need a motorcycle license.
Some states have a license specific to (small engine) scooters and mopeds, and such a license might be needed for the PCX...but I doubt it.
Some states have no license requirement for small-engine scooters and mopeds, but the PCX engine is almost certainly too large to qualify.