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Old 26.03.2010, 15:27
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Re: Scooter 50cc, license and passenger

You have to attend a 8 hour basic course (Praktischer Grundkurs) to get a license for a 50 cc bike with max. 11 kW. See for yourself: http://www.motorradausweis.ch/

Kategorie A1, 50ccm max. 11kW, ab 16 Jahren
Motorräder mit einem Hubraum von nicht mehr als 50 ccm und einer Motorleistung von höchstens 11 kW

Voraussetzungen
Mindestalter:
16 Jahre (nur bis 50ccm)

Erforderliche Kategorien:
keine

Ausbildungen - Prüfungen:
Sehtest:
ja, darf nicht mehr als 24 Monate zurückliegen

Nothelferkurs:
ja, ausgenommen Inh. Kat. B oder Unterkategorie B1

Basistheorieprüfung:
ja, ausgenommen Inh. Kat. B oder Unterkategorie B1

Zusatztheorieprüfung:
keine

Verkehrskunde:
ja, ausgenommen Inh. Kat. B oder Unterkategorie B1

Praktische Grundschulung:
8 Stunden

Gültigkeit Lernfahrausweis:
4 Monate, 12 Monate nach absolvierter Grundschulung

Lernfahrten:
Keine Begleitperson erforderlich

Prüfungsfahrzeug:
Ein Motorrad der Unterkategorie A1 ohne Seitenwagen.

Berechtigungen:
nach bestandener Prüfung sind Sie zum Führen der Kategorien A1, F, G, M berechtigt

Spezialfall:
Kategorie A1, beschränkt auf 45 km/h. Wird die Prüfung mit einen auf 45 km/h beschränkten Fahrzeug gemacht, erfolgt ein entsprechender Eintrag im Führer-Ausweis.
45km/h Motorräder der Kategorie A1 mit auf 45 km/h beschränkter Geschwindigkeit
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Old 26.03.2010, 15:28
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Re: Scooter 50cc, license and passenger

Does ENGLSIHforum ring any bells?
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Old 26.03.2010, 15:31
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Re: Scooter 50cc, license and passenger

rpf: are those rules applicable to people who already have a driving licence?

(The above roughly translates as 'Yes, you need to do the course')
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Re: Scooter 50cc, license and passenger

thanks for the answer and for the fun of the discussion.

a Ciao could be an option!
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Heh, indeed.
But it's all rubbish, that's why:

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Basistheorieprüfung:
ja, ausgenommen Inh. Kat. B oder Unterkategorie B1

Zusatztheorieprüfung:
keine

Verkehrskunde:
ja, ausgenommen Inh. Kat. B oder Unterkategorie B1
translation: Yes, except with driving license cat. B/B1 (car)

Basically if you have a car driving license you don't have to do anything, as stated before and can legally drive a 2 seated 50cc scooter without speed limit. I'm the master of disaster when it comes to scooters/motorbikes, I got so many lectures from policemen about the rules on driving I should have gotten a PhD in driveology already.
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Old 26.03.2010, 15:36
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thanks for the answer and for the fun of the discussion.

a Ciao could be an option!
...you're welcome, but keep in mind, with a Ciao you are not allowed to carry passengers. I got grilled on one of them before...well, and for not having a license.
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Heh, indeed.
But it's all rubbish, that's why:


translation: Yes, except with driving license cat. B/B1 (car)

Basically if you have a car driving license you don't have to do anything, as stated before and can legally drive a 2 seated 50cc scooter without speed limit.
OH thank you saviour of the day!!
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Re: Scooter 50cc, license and passenger

Hehe I used to have one of tzhem little ones. And Im 2 m tall haha...

But on those thingies you throw a different pipe and some more mods and they go well over 60 km/h
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Hehe I used to have one of tzhem little ones. And Im 2 m tall haha...

But on those thingies you throw a different pipe and some more mods and they go well over 60 km/h
You don't say. The water-cooled ones you get well over 90km/h with a bit of tuning. I used to own one of these as a teenager:
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You don't say. The water-cooled ones you get well over 90km/h with a bit of tuning. I used to own one of these as a teenager:

I didnt fit on those, knees were in the way.......

So I got his:
http://www.cybermotorcycle.com/galle...uller_50cc.jpg
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