Reasons for buying a 49cc/50cc Scooter
Among the means of transport becoming very common in many parts of the world is the use of scooters. Scooters are easy to ride and they are also quite comfortable when riding. Scooters also come with the added advantage of allowing even women who do not wear trousers be able to ride them.
The other key thing to note about scooters is the fact that they will come in different sizes for people of big physique as well as the small ones. You may be wondering which are most common scooter types are in the market. Below we will look at the 49cc and 50cc scooters. The two have been ranked as the most common and most used scooters all over the world.
The 49cc and 50 cc scooters have become one of the most common scooters worldwide. The differences between these two scooters is not easy to detect and therefore they are classified together. It is also possible to find a 49cc scooter labeled as a 50cc scooter. Apart from being of almost equal size and power, the two scooters have other things in common. The legislation on their usage and the engine working mechanisms are the two things that make the two scooters very similar and also popular among buyers. Let us see how these to single factors have made the models become so widely used and accepted.
Every two wheelers like motorcycles require the rider to have a motorcycle driving license. An ordinary driver’s license is not enough to allow you to ride a motorcycle anywhere in the world. The 49cc and the 50cc scooters however are an exception from this law. With a driver’s license, a person is allowed to ride the 49cc and the 5cc scooters. Most people have drivers licenses and the best two wheelers to go for then are the two scoters. Having a driver’s license, most people feel no need to get the extra motorcycle license when there is a different cycle that does not need that.
The other factor making the 49cc and the 50cc scooters popular is their engine working mechanism. A two stroke or a four stroke engine may come with the scooter. Though the two engines differ on their ignition sequence, they are able to produce an almost equal power. The 49cc or 50cc scooters with a 2 stroke engine require both petrol and oil in the fuel tank. For a four stroke engine, the only fuel required in the tank is petrol. Oil will only be used as a lubricant to the moving parts of the engine. This means that a scooter buyer can choose between a petrol powered scooter or that using mixed fuel.TTo know the type of engine a scooter is using, check the type of fuel it requires.