Revolutionizing Your Lifestyle with Clean Transportation
At Proctor Acura, we are thrilled to introduce the future of personal electric transportation—the Honda Motocompacto. With a commitment to sustainable living and a legacy of maximizing lifestyle potential, Motocompacto is poised to redefine your daily commutes, offering unparalleled freedom, joy, and boundless exploration. Get ready to embark on a journey where there are no limits—where you can go anywhere, anytime.
For Standard 15-amp Outlets
- 15 mphMax Speed
- 12 milesRange
- 3.5 hoursFull Charge
- 7 sec
- 41.3 lbsWeight
- 265 lbsWeight Capacity
- water resistant
- lays perfectly flat when folded
- pedal-less, sit-down e-scooter/e-bike
- 1-year warranty included
Ultra-Convenient Design for Compact Living
The carefully considered form factor of Motocompacto ensures ultra convenience and versatility. Its pedal-less body neatly folds into a compact shape, aligning perfectly with your storage spaces.
With folded dimensions of 3.7in W x 21.1in H x 29.2in L, this scooter is the epitome of portability, fitting into almost any environment with ease.
3.7in W x 21.1in H x 29.2in L
Make a Statement with Motocompacto
Motocompacto isn't just about the ride; it's a canvas for your expression.
The sleek and simple side canvas allows you to personalize your scooter with decals, stickers, skins, and more.
Stand out in the crowd or turn your scooter into a mobile billboard—express yourself with Motocompacto.
Discover True Portability and Personalized Design
More Than Just a Scooter
Motocompacto opens new possibilities for your daily life:
Make your daily commute joyful and free with Ride Mode logic for added safety.
Navigate school campuses, business facilities, or community grounds effortlessly with Motocompacto's tight turning radius.
Leave your scooter outside with confidence—the steel welded lock loop on the kickstand is compatible with most bike locks.
Honda Motocompacto FAQs
Motocompacto reaches a full charge in just 3.5 hours,
ensuring you spend less time charging and more time riding.
Motocompacto can carry riders up to 265 lbs, making it suitable for riders of all sizes.
Absolutely! Motocompacto features a sleek side canvas,
perfect for expressing your style with decals, stickers, and more.
Local Rules, Laws & Regulations
- Does not need to be registered or insured
- No driver's license needed
- Not legal to operate on public roads
- Cannot ride on sidewalks unless authorized by a local ordinance
- Must be 16 or older to not wear a helmet (falls under bicycle laws)
- Click Here for the latest official Florida Statutes
- Helmets are not required but highly recommended
- Only one person on a scooter at a time
- Ride in bicycle lane if there is one available
- Can use the roadway like a bicycle if there is no bike lane, but riding as close to the right curb as possible
- Riding respectfully on sidewalks
- Don't block or park on sidewalks
- Following rules of the road and traffic signs
- Yielding to pedestrians
- Scooters that go 15mph and under follow the same rules as bicycles for where they are allowed to go
- Universities have requested no micro-mobility devices be allowed on campus, also prohibited at the State Capitol
- Slow zones: Cascades Park and Lake Ella (6mph)
- Click Here for the latest official City of Tallahassee Rules
E-Scooter Rules for Tallahassee Universities
- Motorcycles and Scooters are required to park in designated parking spots that are solely for two-wheeled vehicles. They may also park in hourly spaces as long as they pay the hourly fee. Click here for parking map.
- Cannot be operated, charged, or stored inside of any residence hall.
- Students, faculty, and staff are eligible to purchase a “VMC” Motorcycle 24/7 Permit to park any motorcycle or scooter on campus. This permit allows parking in any non-gated Motorcycle space throughout campus as long as the vehicle has two wheels. This virtual permit can be purchased each year for $58.85. Click Here for further details on FSU parking permits.
- FSU Transportation & Parking Services
- FSU University Housing Conference Services Rules & Regulations
- Drivers of scooters, motorcycles, bicycles and mopeds, etc., are responsible for observing the same traffic regulations as those governing automobiles.
- Driving, riding, or parking scooters, mopeds, or motorcycles on grass, sidewalks or in the confines of a building is prohibited.
- It is unlawful for more than one person to ride at the same time, unless the vehicle is designed for and equipped with seating to accommodate each additional person.
- All two-wheeled motor vehicles must be registered.
- FAMU Traffic & Transportation Regulations
- FAMU Vehicle Registration
- FAMU Office of Parking & Transportation
- Persons riding bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, scooters, and/or other similar vehicles upon a roadway or in a parking lot shall be granted all rights authorized by law; be subject to all responsibilities and regulations as specified in this handbook applicable to any other vehicle operator; and must observe all traffic signs and other traffic control devices.
- Riding such vehicles on sidewalks, walkways, across the ground, or into or around buildings is prohibited.
- Bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, and scooters should be ridden only in clearly defined and designated roadways and/or parking areas designated for vehicles.
- Every person operating a bicycle, moped, motorcycle, or scooter on a roadway and in parking areas shall ride with the flow of traffic.
- Persons riding bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, and/or scooters shall not ride more than two abreast.
- TCC Parking & Traffic Regulations
- TCC Parking Handbook