are you sure, as they can't in Belgium... a ban means all motorised vehicles, and could include bicycles or horses aswell.Because it is not a "car". This is how things work in Europe.
The worst is that convicted drunks can legally "drive" them
after a ban.
45 kph (under 30 mph). they're usually diesels though I see all tested here are petrol. Lombardini or Yanmar 2 cilinder diesels, like used in small tractors/big lawn mowers or generators.Am I right in thinking you can drive one of these at 15/16 and also drive them without a licence as long as they are limited to a certain speed?
NevTranslate said:Very popular with teenagers, quadricycles also attract all layers of the population, including drivers who have received the 48SI letter, have had their licence invalidated or any other form of licence withdrawal.
Unless the prohibition to drive any motor vehicle has been specified by the judge, drivers with: suspended licenses, cancelled licences or who have received the "7" letter retain the right to drive a quadricycle.