The traffic control department reiterated that any 'gasoline powered bicycle (GB17284-1998) standard' issued by the State Technical Supervision Bureau is not allowed to drive on the road. The 'gasoline-powered bicycle (GB17284-1998) standard' is: a special bicycle equipped with a gasoline engine, two wheels, capable of pedaling and maneuvering, and should have the following basic conditions: the cylinder working volume of the power-assisted bicycle should not be greater than 30ml; the net weight of the moped should not be greater than 40kg; the moped should be able to be driven by a human pedal when the motor clutch is disengaged; the pedaling distance of 30min should be no less than 7km; the maximum speed of the moped should be no more than 20km/h. In accordance with the 'Fuel Moped Standard' issued by the State Bureau of Technical Supervision, the fuel moped must achieve both pedaling and maneuvering functions. It is a gasoline-assisted non-motor vehicle. The cylinder volume in the vehicle should not be greater than 30ml. The net weight of the vehicle is 40. Under kilograms, the motorized clutch can be driven by a human pedal when the motor clutch is disengaged. The pedaling distance should be no less than 7 kilometers in 30 minutes, and the maximum speed should be no more than 20 kilometers per hour.