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Old 01-22-2018, 01:56 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by UrbanTarzan View Post

I've been watching on the road and don't see many on there a reason I'm missing ?
Seems like a great and fun way to get around town and stuff.
I agree they sound like a fun compromise, but also haven't seen many (just a couple over the years). Will be interested in this thread.

I personally think a lot of RVers are either young with kids, or older couples who might not feel comfortable and or safe enough in traffic riding a scooter (particularly in unfamiliar roads/cities). While visiting in West Palm Beach I see a lot of scooters on the road and find it surprising more riders don't get killed. Many scooters there are too small in my opinion to keep up with traffic.

I also find it interesting that many students at my university have traded bicycles for scooters. Decades ago everyone rode bikes, and now when I go back to visit, there are literally 1,000s of scooters parked throughout campus.
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