Sounds like your out of luck. You can try to find someone to install on the moped. But beyond that, the exemption is your only shot. Since you have already been denied, it unfortunately just sounds like you are out of luck.
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I believe you have to have a car or motorcycle.
Seth Weinstein, Esq.
Practicing throughout Southern California
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I agree with the above attorneys' advice
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