Check for missing parts. I bought a Honda Spree under the premise that all it needed was the rust in the gas tank removed and some general mantenance. Foolish me, I didn't check the carburetor. There was an adjustment screw missing that cost $60 to get replaced. It's really not one I'm familiar with either. Most of the lawn mowers I've owned only had 2 but the moped had 3. Be careful about the carb. Usually, they cost more than the moped to be replaced.
Re: Buying a moped - what to look for
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