www.GSmotorworks.com Review

by Jim Zeiser
(Deposit, NY, US)

This is the company I bought my scooter from. I can't say enough about these people. They deliver quickly, they stand behind their warranty and they have the parts to make sure you're rolling again if something breaks.

I recommended them to many people on Scootdawg and everyone has been happy. The parts and service person is named John Sanchez and he's the one to talk to anytime you need help. I've had good luck with mine and when I did have a problem John bent over backwards to see I had what I needed.

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Sep 07, 2012
Great Service NEW
by: Mike

I just bought a ( TAOTAO ATM150-A (Burgundy)), represented as Evo 150 red on their site.

They was really cool with me, shipping time wasn’t bad , even the freight company old dominion was cool with me.

Im still waiting for the title/bill of sale, but its only been a few business days since I submitted it.

besides a few scratches which touchup will fix, the scooter came in good shape

All in all the process has been painless, and I will Definitely buy from them again as im also wanting a 50cc.


Sep 24, 2011
GS Motorworks
by: Texas

I've just started with my scooter, a Taotao ATM150A so it's not the end of the story. Bought from GS, delivered as promised. Good shipping protection steel cage. Paper work sent promptly. DMV was impressed said most online scooters were a problem, theirs was correct.

I've rode 175 miles on back streets (no license yet) and no problems. I did replace the vacuum fuel valve. Good source for problems, changed spark plug, checked valves they were set right.

So far I am very happy. Now things could change but I am ready to work on it myself if needed. Except for major engine work I am confident I can repair. Major engine work I'm ready to learn. If needed the complete engine could be replaced for less than $500.00 so for me or someone willing to get their hands dirty why not try it, think of it as a hobby.

Dec 13, 2010
GS Motorworks
by: Anonymous

We bought a 49 cc and it works fine. I'm 325 lbs and it even went with me on it 35mph. Son rides it to work everyday for last year.

Oct 06, 2009
Nice Try
by: Jim Zeiser

If you looked at the dates of those complaints you'd notice they were from 2006, before they were bought by AA Powersports. Since then they've cleaned up their act, moved into a giant warehouse and carry a much better line of scooters. Oh, and by the way, ignore any cmplaints you see from BBS International. They're an embarassment to all scooterists everywhere. This year GSMW was bought by Tao Tao, maker of ATVs and will distribute their line of scooters when the factory builds them in 2010.

Oct 06, 2009
Are you kidding about GS Motorworks?
by: Anonymous

Just Google GS motorworks and complaint. They are the worst ever and are part of the reason Chinese scooters have such a bad reputation

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