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Today there are a variety of selections for people who may want to buy two or three wheel scooters. It makes a lot of sense to consider purchasing a new or used scooter today because these can provide you with very reliable transportation and the maintenance cost is quite low. New three wheel scooters are modest in cost, and if you choose to buy a used one, you can end up with a nice little bargain. For many people who are looking for fun and low cost transportation these vehicles are excellent choices. The three wheel scooters provide a larger and more secure feel for some who are wary of the sporty two wheel models. The term moped and scooter have become interchangeable for most individuals who are describing these small, convenient machines. For the true purist a moped is the name that they prefer, although this name is usually reserved for certain makers like Tomos mopeds and Garelli mopeds. These moped styles became extremely popular in the 70s and 80s.

Although you can most certainly find new mopeds on the market today, you can find a used moped for under 0 in some cities. With the purchase of second hand three wheel scooters or any used moped, the most important thing to ascertain is if the engine is still in good shape. You can check the motor for yourself or have a mechanic look at it for you. Having a good motor should be a prime consideration when you are looking at a possible purchase. Replacing or repairing a motor is not as costly with mopeds, but it can still add more expense than you may be expecting to pay. If you are very handy and have a little knowledge of machinery, you can do the work yourself for very little money. It is very common for many of the older used mopeds and scooters to have weak batteries, broken turn lights and worn out light bulbs. These repairs are quick and easy to do and they won’t cost you a lot of money either. Even repairing some paint or replacing a seat can be done without breaking the bank. You can pick up used parts very cheaply by going to auto salvage yards and using these for replacements on a used moped.

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Insurance on a moped less than 50 CCs

2005-05-20 11:23:18 by AwesomeAdam

Could anyone tell me what the laws for insuring a moped of less than 50 CCs are in IL? I have been looking through the Illinois Vehicle Code on the Illinois General Assembly website and I cannot find this info.
I have been told that all mopeds need to be insured.
I have a 1984 Di Blasi folding motorbike that no company will insure and I want to ride it really bad.
Thanks All,

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  • Avatar Whats the best and cheapest ways to get a 50cc moped faster?
    Jan 19, 2010 by | Posted in Motorcycles

    I have a 50cc moped that goes around 25-30mph and up hills 15mph whats the best way to get my bike faster?

    • First things first. De-restrict. There are different ways that that mopeds are restricted. You'll have to check by your particular model. But a popular method is that a "washer" is welded into the exhaust. Take …have a mad fabrication skills, graft a liquid cooled dirtbike cylinder and piston from an 80, 125, or heck, if you are feeling dangerous and are not concerned with your imminently shorter life span, from a 250cc dirtbike.

  • Avatar Condor Can I make my Moskito MZ 50cc Moped Faster?
    Sep 13, 2007 by Condor | Posted in Motorcycles

    My Moskito MZ 50cc moped only does about 42MPH on flat ground. I would like to make it faster. What should I do to do this? Also, does anybody know where the restrictor plate is on this moped?

    • It's a scooter, not a moped and if you can go 42 MPH, then its already derestricted.

      You can try changing the exhaust or upgrading it to 70cc, but thats not exactly legal, so don't get caught flying down the road at 50 MPH.
      Check with Moped Hospital, they are the performance upgrade experts can probably find you a new pipe which might get you a few MPH more.