So what do people who use loopholes in the law to get around revoked DL's do? Ride scooters that's what. And that is WRONG!
One, when a scooter in involved in a crash, it counts as a motorcycle crash. This is wrong, as scooter riders are typically not trained, don't hold a motorcycle endorsement that is if the rider has a license in the first place. I've said it before scooter riders don't carry insurance nor have license plates on their scooters either.
The scooter rider that was the initiating cause of the school bus crash in Cass County had no drivers license because his license was revoked.
BMV revokes licenses for a reason. It's because the driver has shown he or she has no business being on the public roads. It's a slap in the face when a person who is determined to not deserve the privilege of driving hops on a scooter and rides on the roads anyway.