I'm curious if the same laws apply Australia wide. In the NT it is possible to ride a sub 100cc motorcycle (scooter) on a standard car license. There is no need to have a motorcycle license. If always thought this to be a stupid law. Surely a car is a car, a motorcycle requires a different skill set to driving. I haven't been able to prove any numbers, but anecdotally, it would seem that a large portion of these mobile speed bumps end up becoming stationary speed bumps after a session of eating bitumen. In other words, more of them come off in minor accidents and get injured, than "proper" motorcyclists. Despite being on car licenses, they're classed as motorcycle accidents and our insurance premiums rise as our risk assessment is deemed higher. I've been talking with local member about this. He asked me if this license loophole is in other states. So is it?