Moped (Scooter) Bill of Sale Form

A Moped Bill of Sale is a document that proves that a deal involving monetary funds or trade of a small motorcycle occurred between two (2) individuals. Considered a method of transportation, they move quicker than bicycles but slower than motorcycles. Scooters are grouped similarly to mopeds, although they are faster and more powerful. Sellers and buyers should retain a copy of the completed bill of sale following the purchase since it is a receipt of the transaction.

Tips for Selling a Moped

  • Market Benefits: Scooters are especially popular today as they do not cost as much as cars. Not only are they less expensive, but they also use less room to store. They are also more appealing to own as they have fewer license and insurance requirements.
  • Be Resourceful: Use as many platforms as possible to get the word out. Use marketing apps and websites to seek interested buyers. With more people viewing the advertisement and setting up tours, the chance of it selling becomes greater.
  • Consider Appearance: Buyers are more interested in bikes that look cleaner and newer. They also may be on the lookout for leaks, damages, scratches, or anything that lowers its quality. To sell at a higher price and maintain buyer interest, detail the moped and perform minor repairs before listing. Any repair work that needs to be done must be listed in the bill of sale.

Comparing a Moped and Scooter

Mopeds and scooters are similar in many ways. In most cases, they have two (2) wheels and have engines that are smaller than a motorcycle. They are simple to use and provide a way to commute with ease.

While both bikes have many similarities, they are also very different. The graph below outlines a few of the key distinctions.

Engine SizeSpeedAvg. MPGStructureLicense Needed?
Scooter50-250 cc35-70 mphVaries (Less than 60 – 100 mpg)Footrest (no pedals)Yes
MopedLess than 50 cc28-30 mph100 mpgMay or may not have pedalsVaries by state