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What are No-Fault consequences of modifying a moped in Michigan?

April 25, 2012 by Steven M. Gursten

Motorcycle attorney Steve Gursten in Grand Rapids Press about what happens in case of a crash in a soup-up moped

The Grand Rapids Press and MLive Michigan wrote a Traffic Talk story based on a blog post from motorcycle attorney Steve Gursten, head of Michigan Auto Law.

Per Gursten’s advice, they told readers that for people who modify their mopeds to exceed the as-defined-by-law speed capability of 30 mph, there are serious implications according to Michigan’s No-Fault insurance law.

Here’s the full story: What are the no-fault consequences of modifying a moped?

 

Related information:

Speeding may cost moped enthusiasts rights to Michigan No-Fault benefits

Help after a Michigan motorcycle accident

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