British Images Review - Tomos Brand Scooter Service

by Dave
(BelAir, Maryland)

Not a full time Moped Store ( restores old British cars ) only sells TOMOS brand but provides good service will ship anywhere and had the best price I could find.

Located in Maryland

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Aug 26, 2010
Well Said
by: Yoly

Well said!

Aug 19, 2010
by: Ron Goldwyn, Milford CT

Dave and others... As you read most of the postings on this site, you come to realize that it comes from folks asking for help in repairing their scooter. This is because many buy a scooter because of its low price and not where they can get it serviced.

My first question I asked myself was where to buy a scooter and not its cost, because I might end up with a very expensive toy in my garage.

I searched the internet, read reviews and gradually settled on a few models. Then I searched for all the local scooter dealers and visited their showrooms to see all that they sold and what brands were in their shop for repair and why.

Yes I knew this dealer's price was a bit more expensive, but I also knew that he would service what he sold. That was why I bought from him. At over 70 with handicapped plates on my car, I call upon others to do the physical work and hire their brains.

May you have much success and pleasure.

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