Two-wheeler license is given in India at two levels. In this, the first level is for 16 to 18 years and the second level is for those above 18 years of age. However, teenagers between 16 and 18 years of age are allowed to drive two-wheelers without gear and the condition is that the vehicle engine should be less than 50cc. Surprisingly, about nine years ago, vehicles with less than 50cc engines stopped building. Now no auto company manufactures vehicles with engine capacity less than 50cc.
For your information, if vehicles with engine capacity less than 50cc were shut down 9 years ago, why is there a provision for a child's licence from 16 to 18 years? While teens up to 18 years old are driving up to 100cc with a 50 cc license. The only Hero is making bikes up to at least 97.2cc. Other two-wheeler companies, on the other hand, are making more engine-capacity vehicles.
Only Chinese companies are now selling 50cc bikes in the Indian market, which are being sold at a price ranging from Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000. In particular, these are dirt bikes, which are meant only for young children and are usually seen to be run between 10 and 15 years of age, with no license. This means that these children drive 50 cc Chinese dirt bikes without a license. There are also more bikes available with 2 to 3 transmissions.