How to Register Your SoverSky Scooter

Note: This information also applies to Koppla, Citycoco and Shansu electric scooters.

SoverSky electric scooters are a great way to get around town. They are convenient, affordable, and environmentally friendly. However, before you can ride your SoverSky scooter on public roads, you may need to register it with your state. Note that some states such as California, Pennsylvania and Texas may not require registration of SoverSky scooters. 

The process of registering a SoverSky electric scooter varies from state to state. There are two methods that can be used:

1. Certificate of Origin for a Vehicle

SoverSky will provide you with an original Certificate of Origin for a Vehicle and you may be able to use this along with the bill of sale to register the scooter. If your state or DMV does not accept the Certificate of Origin then you will need to apply for a custom license plate.

2. Custom License Plate

The process for applying for a custom license plate will vary depending on your state's requirements, but generally you will need to submit a custom license plate application to your local DMV and pay the required fees. Once approved, an officer will come to your home to inspect your scooter. After that, the DMV will give you a certificate for registration. You may need to provide additional documentation before the DMV can issue your certificate.

Once you have obtained a custom license plate, you will be able to register your SoverSky scooter just like any other vehicle.

Registering your electric scooter will ensure that it is legal to operate on public roads and that you are up-to-date on all required safety inspections. It is important to follow all DMV regulations when registering your vehicle.

Once you have registered your SoverSky electric scooter, you will be able to use it on public roads. You will need to follow all of the same rules and regulations as any other road vehicle. Please be sure to wear a helmet and drive safely.

Please note that Electric Ride Co. cannot be held liable for issues with registering your electric scooter and we suggest you do your research beforehand by contacting your local DMV.

If your state requires the Certificate of Origin to be filled in and notarized then we can assist with this but the customer will need to cover the costs for shipping and notarization.