by Sam Moss
(Columbia, SC)

I have within the last 9 months purchased two 150cc scooters from this west coast dealer and all and all have been pleased with the service(PDI)and the pricing.

They were by far the lowest priced for the type I wanted and it came in a timely manner and all I had to do was attach the mirrors and trunk, then all I had to do was put the key in and start it and it started right up and it even had enough gas to get to the service station to top it off.

Now this is on two scooters. The only grump is the second time around the spark plug was a little on the loose side and neither had really tuned the idle mixture so because they both started within a split second they figured they were good to go.

On the paper side of the deal the title and bill of sale came before the bike did which took 4-5 days to PDI and about another 5 days to ship to the east coast so overall it was about 10 days from ordering til it was dropped off in the driveway. Not too shabby.

And one more thing it was packaged well and there were no blemishes whatsoever.

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