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Internal combustion engine attached to a pushbike

Eligibility - Queensland citizens

Principal Petitioner:

Hasim Hodzic
6 Jarvis Street

Total Signatures - 52

Sponsoring Member: Evan Moorhead MP

Posting Date: 26/08/2008

Tabled Date: 26/08/2008

Responded By: Hon John Mickel MP on 8/10/2008

TO: The Honourable the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland
The petition of citizens of Queensland draws to the attention of the House that it is currently illegal to have an internal combustion engine attached to a pushbike whilst riding on roads or bikeways. Your petitioners, therefore request the House to amend rules to allow a rider with an open licence plus a special registration plate purchased for a nominal fee by a holder of an open bike licence, so a pushbike with a motor no greater than 50 cc displaying this place may be ridden by a holder of an open bike licence according to the normal rules which apply to riding pushbikes