The legislature passed HB 1753 to identify noisy moped operators and help them be safe on the road. It became law (Act 200, 2016). In early 2017, tey are required to have license plates and be subjected to annual safety checks and registration (fees can add up to $33.25). A moped that is illegally modified after the inspection can be sized and possibly auctioned off. There are roughly 36,000 moped drivers on Oahu that will be affected.