- 3 Nov 2010
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16-18-year-olds may get licence to ride 100cc gearless bikes
The government is considering a proposal to grant driving licence to teens in the age group of 16-18 years for riding gearless scooties with 100cc engine capacity, a move which bows to the growing trend of youngsters whizzing past in such light twowheelers which is not allowed under the existing laws.
The government has also approved green registration plates for electric vehicles with numbers in white for private cars and yellow for commercial vehicles, road transport minister Nitin Gadkari said.