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A two-wheel motorised personal vehicle which is associated with a much higher risk of injury and death than that typical of four-wheeled motor vehicles
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"He had travel insurance but they wouldn't pay out because he didn't have a licence to ride the moped and didn't have a return flight booked.
"The 17-year-old moped rider was thrown from the bike and suffered serious injuries including a broken leg, broken elbow and internal bruising.
The second depicted police cars pursuing mopeds, nudging them from behind and knocking the drivers off their machines "tactical contact", they call it.Some opposition MPs have decried the new practice as dangerous, but indications are that the wider population is in favour.
The Met have done a superb job of targeting hotspot areas and deploying innovative and highly effective methods for stopping moped gangs in their tracks.
Graham Parry, defending, described it as "a silly decision" to take his neighbour's moped and to ride it after drinking.
West Midlands Ambulance Service responded to 999 calls made at just after 4.30pm to report the collision between the moped and a black Volkswagen Polo at the junction of Newtown Road, near to the Pets at Home store.
LONDON: As legions of Arab travelers book their summer flights to London to escape the soaring heat of the Gulf, the city's police force has warned tourists to be extra vigilant of moped crime.
A 32-yearold man suffered injuries to his face after two male moped riders threw a corrosive substance and stole the moped he was riding.
London [U.K.], July 14 ( ANI ): The London Police is investigating a string of acid attacks in the city on Thursday after two men riding a moped threw acid on individuals in five separate attacks.
He was riding his moped next to the teenager, who is on trial accused of causing Mr Kassim's death by dangerous driving.
POLICE are urging a woman who saw a collision between a moped and a car to come forward.