Hey everyone, I am applying for a job at a place near my house but I am concerned about how I am going to get there on time. Its only around a 10 minute drive there but I cant get my license until 6 months from now. I could ride my bike but im not sure how efficient and safe that would be considering the route we usually takes involves the highway. I was looking at mopeds but I am not sure if that's even practical taking California law into consideration. ''There are two types of motorized bicycles, defined in the California Vehicle Code (VC) Sections 406(a) and 406(b). Section 406(a) VC refers to a moped or motorized bicycle as any two or three wheeled device having fully operative pedals for propulsion by human power, or having no pedals if powered solely by electrical energy, has an automatic transmission, and a motor which produces less than 2 gross brake horespower and is capable of propelling the device at a maximum speed of not more than 30 miles per hour on level ground. Section 406(b) VC refers to a motorized bicycle as a device that has fully operative pedals for propulsion by human power and has an electric motor that: Has a power output of not more than 1,000 watts; Is incapable of propelling the device at a speed of more than 20 miles per hour on level ground; and Is incapable of further increasing the speed of the device when human power is used to propel the motorized bicycle faster than 20 miles per hour.'' Effective 1/1/2005, a Class C driver license or driver permit is required. Motorcycle, motor-driven cycle, motorized bicycle/moped (Section 406(a) VC) Must obtain an M-1 or M-2 endorsement on a driver's license. M-1 allows the driver to operate a motorcycle, motor-driven cycle and moped M-2 allows for operation of a moped or motorized bicycle only. To obtain an M-1 or M-2 endorsement, the driver must: Pass the appropriate written exam Pass riding skills test (DMV will accept certificate of competence from an approved novice motorcyclist training program instead of skills test, such as the California Motorcyclist Safety Program). If the individual is under 21 years of age, mandatory successful completion of a Basic Rider education course approved by the CHP is required, such as the Basic Rider course available through the California Motorcyclist Safety Program. Motorized Bicycle (Section 406(b) VC) Driver's License not required but rider must be at least 16 years of age So my options are to get an m2 instructional permit, ride my bike, or get a moped that cant go over 20 mph which is pretty impractical. I am thinking that getting the instruction permit is my best bet but I am not sure how long that will take. So to sum it all up, those are my options. Can you guys recommend any other methods of transportation that might work. I am 16 years old. Also, any advice on things I can do to increase my chances of getting hired is strongly appreciated.