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    pannu11
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    Guide to Buying Scooters Online

    As you search the internet for gas saving motor scooters you will want to find out as much as you can about the different makes and models offered. You can pick an under 50cc gas scooter that does not have to be tagged in all states or a powerful 150cc scooter that will give you the speed and power to ride two. If using your scooter to ride on roads where the speed limit is 50mph you will want one that goes that fast to keep up with traffic. For cruising the neighborhood you can go with a 49.5cc gas scooter that is DOT approved and will cruise at speeds up to 40mph to get around your neighborhood plus short trips to the local store. For these trips make sure you get a scooter with storage for your shopping. When you’re looking to buy scooters online, you’ll want to compare brands, prices and read what users have said. One of the most positive resources for this is the Geely Scooter Group on Yahoo. Find info on scooters and dealers from real customers. There’s nothing as fun as the wind in your face and the smooth acceleration of a gas powered scooter.

    Before You Buy a Scooter

    Before you buy a scooter, make sure that you can register the scooter in your state. Different states have different laws regarding the operation of scooters. Before you buy a scooter, note that it is unlawful to operate a scooter on most highways. Since scooters have top speeds of around 50 MPH, the law usually forbids them on interstate highways. And please, regardless of the laws in your state, wear a helmet. While it’s true that the feeling of the wind in your hair is a great thing, the risk associated with that feeling is far too dangerous.

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    Jonzz
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    You should first consider what you need the scooter for, then decide on the size of it, and then look around for good offers. Buying a used scooter is also a good option, if it is in excellent to good condition.

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