Caring for Your Scooter

How to Maintain & Service Your 49cc to 125cc Twist & Go Scooter

Caring for Your Scooter
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Format: Paperback / softback, 80 Pages
ISBN: 9781845840952
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With fuel costs and parking charges it's no wonder the consumer is looking for less expensive forms of travel.  This book is aimed at the rider who wants to do his or her own basic scooter maintenance and servicing without the need for in-depth mechanical knowledge, or a technical manual. It covers areas such as oil, brakes, tyres, transmission, electrics, etc, allowing the owner to address the most regularly serviced items without forking out for additional costs. Illustrated with full colour photographs throughout, and featuring clear, easy-to-follow instructions, this book is a must-have for scooter users.

The author

Trevor Fry has been an enthusiastic motorhomer for more than 15 years, owning, maintaining and improving coachbuilt and proprietory motorhomes.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 80 Pages
ISBN: 9781845840952
Illustrations: 100+ color photos
Size: 5.8 in x 8.3 in / 147.32 mm x 210.82 mm
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