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In terms of affordability, electric scooters are the outright winner because they cost significantly less than gas scooters. When it comes to fuel efficiency, both options offer compelling savings, so it comes down to the cost of gasoline versus the cost of electricity in your locality.Read More

Motorcycles are cooler than scooters. There's really no debate about that. Still, there's more to life than looking cool, and while you won't look as awesome rolling up to work on a scooter as you would on a motorcycle, scooters have a few advantages of their own that make them convenient and worth feeling a little self-conscious now and then.

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Until now, mopeds and scooters haven't been that commonly used in the U.S.; recently, however, they've been gaining popularity in urban areas throughout the country. Thanks to a low engine displacement, mopeds get anywhere from 70 to 125 mpg, and many mopeds with engines under 50 cubic centimeters (cc) don't require a registration, saving you even more money. If you're looking to join the ranks of moped owners, you have plenty to get excited about, but don't let it overshadow your safety. Before you hop on your inaugural ride, make sure to get a crash course in moped safety.

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It can all be very confusing. What's really the difference between a moped and a scooter, and why does it matter? You're not the first person to ask. The fact is, there are substantial differences between a scooter and a moped. You would probably be surprised to know that technically motorcycles and scooters have much more in common than mopeds and scooters.

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We all love riding our scooters in the sunshine and in the cool breezes of spring, summer, and fall. Unfortunately, warm autumn evenings eventually turn into dark, cold, blustery, winter nights that send a biting chill through your face and fingers, even with your riding gear on.

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Your vehicle contains lots of gaskets, and it's important to know how to avoid blowing one, the signs that one is about to go bad, and what to look for if it blows. These are four tips to avoid blowing a gasket.

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Florida, with its year-round warm climate, is a terrific place for riding scooters. Think of cruising the beaches on these small motorized bikes and no wonder their popularity keeps rising. Scooters cost less than cars, get great gas mileage, and are fun to ride.

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It might look clean and cool to not have a windshield on your motorcycle, but the fact is you probably need one. A windshield serves a lot of safety purposes, and riding without one can add unnecessary risk. A windshield can reduce wind blast and riding fatigue, as well as many other things. Regardless of whether it's a day-long cruise or a week-long bike tour, staying alert and safe is always paramount.  This is why your motorcycle needs a windshield.

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Scooters and mopeds are a great way to get around, especially if you are in downtown Cincinnati. If you plan on zooming down to Abby Girl's and grabbing a cupcake or going down to the stadium to catch a Red's game, it's a good idea to have all your legal ducks in a row before you leave.

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So, you're thinking about buying a new scooter — or at least one that's new to you. Congratulations! You are about to treat yourself to hundreds of fun hours on the road with the breeze in your face and the beautiful American landscape surrounding you in all its glory. You're joining a bunch of other scooter enthusiasts who have learned for themselves the joy of scooter riding. You may be wondering whether you should buy a gas or electric scooter. Here are some things to consider when buying a scooter.

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Are you shopping for a new motorcycle and feeling a little confused about all of the power options? Perhaps you're wondering what CC means and what might be the right power size for you? From 40cc up to 250cc or more, motorcycles come in a wide array of power options. Here we explain what CC actually means and how to determine the best power output for your personal motorcycle needs.

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One of the biggest mistakes scooter owners make is buying a scooter without enough power. Scooters come with various engine sizes starting at 50cc and going all the way up to 150cc or more. So how do you decide what engine you need? Let's look at factors for determining what you need.

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You're riding down the road on your moped, enjoying the freedom of the road and the feel of the wind in your face when all of a sudden your engine starts to sputter. Don't panic; it could just be a dirty air filter.

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Being able to see while on an ATV, bike, or scooter is important, especially at night. But the headlights that make it easier for you to see the road (and for others to see you) start becoming hazy over time, resulting in lights that aren't as bright in the darkness or fog. This is especially concerning when the cooler weather comes and the days start getting shorter. With some time and effort, you can restore your headlights to their former glory.

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