What is your knowledge on Scooterdepot.us?

by Carlos

I have read some bad reviews on the Scooterdepotus.com and I really want to get a cheap scooter, because I'm low on budget. Are they durable and reliable, or are they just plain crap?

Thank you

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The reviews aren't good. Remember, price is not everything... sometimes you get what you pay for!

... Kathi

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Jul 12, 2011
I agree with Jim!
by: GigiKW

When I was talking to the folks at scooterdepot.us, they were the cheapest around, all right, with customer service to match. I ended up buying from Green Earth Scooters, largely based on the great reviews about them kicking around this site, and I am thrilled!!

Not only did they hold my order over the holiday weekend so I could get my cash lined up, but after giving them my card number on July 5th, my scooter arrived via freight (free shipping, Baby!!) yesterday, which is, lemme see... July 11th!!!

So far so good - I hate the color, but I knew I would; I'm not a pink kind of girl, but I really had my heart set on a 150cc Znen Carino, and it's a hard model to lay hands on anymore.

So I bit the bullet, knowing full well that krylon fusion plastic spray paint is only $6 a can and comes in a wide variety of colors. I had it delivered straight to a local mechanic to have the PDI performed, and Mr. Wizard says it'll be ready tomorrow!!

Apr 26, 2011
by: Anonymous

Scooter Depot is the worst. Better yet do not buy online.

Apr 25, 2011
Bad Company
by: Jim Zeiser

The scooters they sell are fine, the company itself stinks. You won't get any help after sale, they bait and switch and don't carry parts. GS Motorworks and Green Earth scooters are much better online dealers. Buying from www.craigslist.org is a better idea still. People sell slightly used scooters for less than you would pay online.

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