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ELECTRIC PERSONAL ASSISTIVE DEVICES

§60-618.02 and §69-2603

An electric personal assistive device is defined as a self-balancing, two-nontandem-wheeled device, designed to transport only one person and containing an electric propulsion system. This includes, but is not limited to, manual wheelchairs, motorized wheelchairs and other aids that enhance the mobility of an individual.

These types of electric personal assistive devices are exempt from titling and registration. §60-322

Their use is restricted to off-road use on private property and they cannot be operated on the public roadways. If you are uncertain where these types of motorized devices can be operated in your area, please contact your City Police Department or County Sheriff's Office.

If your vehicle is a Moped, please refer to Mopeds .

If your vehicle is a Minibike, please refer to Minibikes .

If your vehicle is an ATV, please refer to ATVs .

If your vehicle is a Motorcycle, please refer to Motorcycles.

Questions regarding Electric Personal Assistive Devices may be addressed to dvrweb@dmv.ne.gov or by contacting this office at (402) 471-3918.

 

This page last revised 1/1/2006