wow what kind of question is that you dont need a license to ride a scooter on the highway.
The previous answer is not only rude, but wrong. The answer is yes.
California requires a motorcycle "endorsement" on a regular driver's license to operate any motorized two wheel bike on a public roadway. Until a few years ago, riders could operate a bike of 50cc or less without a license. Then along came those tiny little bikes that parents were buying for children with 49cc engines. Kids (and the occasional adult who should have known better) were riding them on busy streets creating a hazard so the law was changed.
The good news is, a motorcycle endorsement isn't difficult to get. Take a written test and ride a motorcycle through a prescribed course (way simple on a scooter, not so much on a larger bike) and you're good to go.
Yes you can, but you need a motorcycle license.
Yes, in the state of New Mexico you need a license and tags to ride a 50 CC scooter.
To ride a 150cc scooter in Illinois you need a class L license. To ride anything greater than a 150cc displacement a class M license is required in Illinois.
you have to be 16 or older and have a moped license
Yes. You need a drivers license and insurance.
Yes, you need a provisional motorcycle license and certificate of insurance at the very least to ride any scooter on a public road in the UK.