5 Scooter Driving Tips for
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1. Check Your Motor Scooter’s
Condition Before Driving
The first thing you need to do
and perhaps one of the most
important scooter driving tips,
especially for a newbie, is to
check your motor scooter’s
To do this, you need to remember
six letters — T-CLOCS. This
acronym means you need to check
your tires, controls, lights (and
electric circuits), oil and fluids,
chassis, and stands.
But if you have no idea about the
motor scooter’s parts, you can
always ask the experts from your
local motor scooter shop.
If you do not have the time to do
this, there are also many video
tutorials online about the
different parts of a motor scooter
and their uses.
Prevention will be better than
cure, so it is advisable to
always wear your scooter
gear whenever you are
Also, the law requires anyone
under 21 years old to wear a
helmet whenever riding.
If you are booking a scooter rental
service, it should include a helmet
for scooter riders to ensure your
safety while roaming around.
We advise you to wear protective
clothing, such as a jacket, pair of
gloves, and closed shoes, for added
protection. Knee and shoulder pads
also add an extra layer of safety.
3. Find a Scooter That Suits Your
When looking for a scooter to either
rent or buy as a newbie rider, we
suggest that you look for one that
suits your body build.
This means you must be
comfortable with your ride and able
to quickly put both feet down on
the ground when needed.
Balance and comfort are both
crucial when driving a scooter.
They will ensure your safety and
smooth travels while roaming
around Clearwater Beach, Florida.
4. Stay Alert at All Times
Are you planning to use a scooter for a
long trip? One of our most crucial
scooter long ride tips is to make sure
that you always stay alert!
Yes, it may sound cliche but always
remember that you do not have any
steel walls to protect you wheneve