Being a moped or scooter owner has become more complicated. You must now register those vehicles and wear a helmet if you use them. Martha Meade of AAA-Virginia says you don’t need a regular driver’s license, but you must carry a government-issued ID card. Meade says the youngest drivers also face new restrictions. Anyone who’s driving with a provisional license can face limitations. Virginia has also made texting while driving a primary offense. If you get caught, it can cost you $125. The new laws took effect Monday.