Where would I find the make and model on my used scooter?

by Nathan
(Wichita, KS)

I recently bought a used scooter on Craigslist and so far loving it for my short commute to work. Just one thing concerns me though. No make or model is labeled! Being an air-cooled engine the previous owner decided to take of the outer plastic covering and the emblem that used to be on the front fell off.


So if I need to get any replacement parts I feel I need to know this. The motor is a 49-50 cc and (if this is any help at all) came with a BELL helmet. May include photo later if it would help answer the question.

Thanks,
Nathan

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Apr 03, 2016
Make and model NEW
by: Anonymous

Your registration papers should have that information on them.

Mar 24, 2013
Your vin NEW
by: chuck

Sit on your scooter now look at the plastic in front of your legs there should be a compartmant there just take a flat screwdriver an pop it open the vin should be there



Mar 24, 2013
Your vin NEW
by: chuck

Sit on your scooter now look at the plastic in front of your legs there should be a compartmant there just take a flat screwdriver an pop it open the vin should be there



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