Here is my Kymco People 150 scooter review... I have to tell you that I LOVE..LOVE...LOVE this scooter. I got this scooter for my birthday and it was the best present ever!
I already had a 49cc scooter in the past but it didn't have enough power to keep up in traffic. I now drive this scooter to work 40 miles a day and keep up with traffic by being able to go up to 65 mph.
I almost always have a passenger or groceries to carry so the extra power comes in handy.I would recommend this scooter to anyone wanting a real reliable vehicle that's a blast to drive.You won't mind all the waves and compliments from other motorcycle riders and onlookers as you pass by either!!!
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This Kymco People scooter review covers one fan's experience with this fun little scoot... Jacob says... Now that the gas prices have gotten higher, I love the fact of driving my scooter and being able to go further distances for less gas.
It is a fun ride and this scooter gives me a lot of freedom! I always think of the movie "Wild Hogs" and see myself as knowing that I can go anywhere, including driving on the highways as mine goes up to 60 MPH and gets about 90 MPG.
I have been asked about my Kymco People 150 scooter by other people and I have done nothing but detail all of the benefits that are given by owning a scooter and they have always mentioned that they were looking at obtaining one for themselves.
Hope you enjoyed this Kymco People scooter review.
I love this Kymco People 150cc scoot. I have had a lot of scooters in my life (including SYM and Genuine) and this People 150 blows them out of the water. The ride and suspension are amazing. The acceleration is perfect and the STYLE IS TOPS!!
A battery tender like the Battery Tender Jr. can make all the difference in whether your scooter will start right up each spring, after being stored for months.
Just about every scooter owner needs to have a battery tender, sometimes called a trickle charger. Unless you are lucky enough to live in a climate where you can ride all year long, chances are your scooter will be put on ice, figuratively-speaking, for at least a couple months every winter.
One of the key steps in winterizing a scooter is to protect your battery from draining during its "rest" period. This can – and will – happen if you leave your battery sitting untended in your cold scooter over the winter, even if it's in a garage or shed.
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