A motorcycleoften called a bikemotorbikeor cycleis a two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle. Motorcycling is riding a motorcycle and related social activity such as joining a motorcycle club and attending motorcycle rallies. In developing countries, motorcycles are considered utilitarian due to lower prices and greater fuel economy.
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If you wish to own well-preserved, heritage-rich vehicles manufactured prior toyou can do so with the Vintage Vehicle Scheme. Vintage vehicles must be in pristine condition before they are allowed to be registered in Singapore. If a vintage vehicle had previously been registered and then de-registered in Singapore, it cannot be re-registered in Singapore.
To register a car, motorcycle or scooter under the Classic Vehicle Schemeit must be at least 35 years old from its original registration date. There are usage restrictions for classic vehicles. To use the vehicle, you must display a valid Day Licence.
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These design rules cover various aspects of the motorcycle such as brakes, noise and lighting. Motorcycles that comply with the ADRs, and were manufactured after Octoberare also fitted with a compliance plate. This plate is mounted to the motorcycle's frame, usually in the head stem area. If a motorcycle is certified to comply with the ADRs it must continue to comply with those rules.
This certification is accepted throughout the EU without the need for further testing until a standard is updated or a vehicle design changes. Each Member State is required to appoint an Approval Authority to issue the approvals and a Technical Service to carry out the testing to the Directives and Regulations. An approval issued by one Authority will be accepted in all the Member States.
Mopeds and street-legal scooters are limited-speed motorcycles LSMs. A motorcycle licence is not required but you must always 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.