Joseph - Proud Owner of a WildFire WFH50-S2E Scooter

by Joseph Gobster
(Church Hill, TN)

I'm 28 yrs old from Church Hill, TN. I have been with out a drivers license for almost 10 yrs now. I just recently bought a used WildFire scooter from a friend of a friend and let me tell you it was one of the best investments I have ever made.

In the state of TN you don't have to have a drivers license to drive a scooter under 50ccs, so no more depending on people for rides or gas money cause I can put $2.50 in the tank and run 80+ miles... it's great.

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Sep 08, 2019
by: mfrittstn

I live in Sevierville TN. I have a wildfire whf-s2e as well. Mine was manufactured in June of 2007. I absolutely love it. It's red and white. I was having some issues with it but I changed the ignition coil and the spark plug. Runs like a dream now. I use it to get back and forth between home and my two jobs. It's hard to have a bad day at work getting there on that thing. The ride in is beautiful. I cross the bridge over the French broad River right in front of Douglas Dam every morning.

Mar 26, 2012
whats up ! NEW
by: johnny

good to see thers someone from hawkins county on here. i live in surgoinsville. i have a kymco people s 50 and a chinese mini bikee im working on. if you ever wanna just get out an bs around on the scoots holler.

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