First and foremost, sorry about my ignorance with respect to scooters and moped (but some webpages call them mopeds).
There are some points that are not clear for me: such legislation and the why the ones from gsmotorworks are not recommended. First the legislation in michigan says:"a moped is two/three wheeled vehicle with a motor wich has no more than 50cc piston displacement producing two brake horsepower or less. The moped must have a power drive system that does not require shifting gears and cannot have a top speed exceeding 30 mph on level surfaces."; so from the legislation viewpoint would there be any difference between a scooter and a moped as far as they meet prerequisites? And what abou the speed, 30mph is not what I considered fast and currently I don't have a drivers licence but I wil obtain moped license soon I have to restrict myself to moped as a mean of transportation. The 30mph not only limit my speed, but also the range of option I would have otherwise (it must be up to 30mph, I don't want to pay more to change the engine). Second, what is wrong with the ones of gsmotorworks, I mean the price is affordable, the scooters look nice with and have some features, etc.
Thanks for the link, but I have a limit of 30mph.
I haven't cogitated buying a pre-owned one. I had far too many problems in the past with used vehicles; I don't know for sure. What would you have in Michigan Dude that could beat the ones at the aforementioned website; considering that there is nothing inheretly wrong with the ones from the gsmotorworks (which I don't know yet).
Thanks for the reply,