10 Things to Know Before Renting A Moped in Kona

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  • The State of Hawaii only allows 1 person on a moped at a time.
  • All moped rental companies are required to offer you a helmet and eye protection (visor/glasses) by law at no additional cost.
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  • Mopeds are extremely fuel efficient. Typically the average moped’s MPG is about 100 miles depending on the riders weight.
  • The max MPH for a moped on flat road is around 30-35 MPH.
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  • You do not need a motorcycle license to ride a moped, only a valid drivers license.
  • Moped’s can’t be driven on “Freeways,” there are no freeways on the Big Island, only on Oahu.
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  • If you can’t keep up with the speed of traffic, then it is recommended you ride on the right side of the road or in the bike lane.
  • It is important to lock your rented moped each time you park it to ensure no one steals the moped.
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  • You are allowed to park more than one moped in a parking stall when paying for metered parking.
  • Lane splitting is illegal in Hawaii.

Rent A Moped In Kailua Kona Hawaii