Sri Lanka Motorcycle

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5:56 AM 5/16/2024

Honda 250 Hornet

Motorcycles and Scooters are used by lot of people in Sri Lanka to commute to offices and to do their daily chores. Now TVS Ntorq scooter, Bajaj Discover 125 and Bajaj CT100 motorcycles are being sold in Sri Lanka as brand new ones. People here are looking for bikes with shouldered (Elevated or sculpted) petrol tanks, mid-ship silencers, and beautiful graphics on them with special exhaust sound. Metallic and matte colors are very popular with the users in India, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and other parts of the world. Trail bikes too are used by young men for to ride Adventure, off-road action and for Motocross Racing.

Honda Bike

Legal requirements for to use Motorbikes on the streets.

Governments require all the motorcycles and Scooters to be registered with them.
Every year they must renew their revenue icense.
All the motorbikes and Scooters must have their manufacturers' Chassis number and Engine serial number on them.
Using unofficial number plates on the Motorbike or Scooter will lead to prosecution by the Police personals.
All the petrol engine powered two wheelers must pass the Green Test every year and the owner must carry the results.
Loud noise producing Exhaust system and Funny Horns should not be fitted on the Motorcycles.
In Sri Lanka Motorcycles that are with or less than 250cc ONLY will be allowed to use on the roads.

Department of Motor Traffic, Sri Lanka.
Phone +94 112 518 926.


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