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    Mobility Scooters

    so sorry if I have asked this previously, the road worthy mobility scooters, would I have to have a full driving license to use it on the road ? Or a test of some form ?
    Thank you for reading xx

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    Many do say insurance should be compulsory

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    Legally you don't have to have anything. However, you can find some training, and insurance is strongly recommended.

    If road-legal (class 3) then you must also tax it in the same way as a car, although it is free.

    Finally, what a lot of people (not all before the responsible people shout me down) don't either realise or care about, is that when on pavements, footpaths, or in shopping centres (in fact anywhere not on a road) you must not exceed 4mph.

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