Drivers of low-powered mopeds now must be 15 or older, and drivers of higher-powered mopeds must be 16 years and six months old and have a license.
Rep. Milo Smith, R-Columbus, says allowing mopeds to use the streets without regulation is dangerous for all drivers.
Indiana moped laws are out of date and proposed laws will provide riders with more safety.
Indiana Criminal Justice Institute officials say about half the people involved in fatal motorcycle accidents do not have the proper license.
The number of motorcycle and moped crashes has increased 5 percent since last year.
The Indiana Supreme Court should rule on whether mopeds need to abide by tighter vehicle restrictions.
Indiana lawmakers are calling for tighter regulation on who can drive mopeds on public streets.