What do you think about the Spider Scooter?

by Teresa

I wanted to buy a Spider Scooter from a local dealer who can order them. He really didn't want to order one for me. Said they were not safe, or comfortable, and that the company was discontinuing the product....etc.

I called an online company and he spoke about a new stabilizing bar on this brand of trike and highly recommended the trike. Who do I believe? Sure I'd like a Can Am Spyder, but don't have $17,000, but will I waste my money buying an inexpensive look-a-like?

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Jun 01, 2011
What Do You Think?
by: Jim Zeiser

There's too much safe advice given by people these days. It's always "safest" not to do something. I never listen. If you want a Spyder Scooter, buy it. There will always be someone around to fix it for you. Nobody will sell you something you'd injure yourself on. Yes, a Can Am is way expensive and more than most people can afford. Buy what you think will work for you and enjoy it. I have a Japanese scooter and a Chinese scooter. Love them both.

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