New York pedicab rules — Pedicabs

New York pedicab rules

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PEDICAB BUSINESS (PREMISES) (130)

DCA Licensing Center
42 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10004
For more information, call 311 (or 212-NEW-YORK outside of New York City).

IMPORTANT:

If your business was affected by Hurricane Sandy, you may not have to pay the pedicab reinspection fee.
Your pedicab must pass inspection, but you can request a fee waiver.
Read City Hall press release
Apply for fee waiver

The Pedicab Registration Plate Lottery Application period ended February 13.

Pedicabs CANNOT operate in New York City without a DCA-issued pedicab registration plate. By law, the City can only issue new pedicab registration plates when the number of registered pedicabs falls below 840. You should submit this application if:

  • A licensed pedicab business has agreed to transfer a pedicab registration plate to you and you are a new business or a licensed pedicab business with fewer than 30 registered pedicabs.
  • There is a Pedicab Registration Plate Lottery, and you receive an offer to be issued a pedicab registration plate after applying for the lottery.

You must have a Pedicab Business license if you are a pedicab owner (you own, lease, or otherwise control a pedicab or pedicabs) and operate or authorize the operation of one or more pedicabs for hire to passengers within the City of New York.

This description is only a general explanation of which businesses need to have a Pedicab Business license.

  • If you drive or propel a pedicab for hire to passengers within the City of New York, you must also obtain a license.

Note: New York City businesses must comply with all relevant federal, state, and City laws and rules. All laws and rules of the City of New York, including the Consumer Protection Law and Rules, are accessible using the Public Access Portal. For convenience, sections of the New York City Licensing Law (and Rules, if enacted) are available as a downloadable handout. The handout includes 2013 law and rule changes. See below. The handout also includes §1-05...

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