Los Lunas Motorsports
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Effem is right, don't buy over the net. Go to a dealer, near where you live, that will be there when you need parts and scivree. If want a less expensive brand, that's OK as long as you have the local dealership to fall back on when you need help.In a general way, the inexpensive brands (mostly from china) don't have a dealer networks and so they can sell at rock bottom prices because the operate out of a warehouse and don't even sell assembled scoots. If you look at their websites and they have a tab for spare parts, check it out. There will only be several parts for the bike, not every part you could ever need.Finally quality. When Japanese products where first imported to western markets, these products were none for there cheap price and inferior quality. That has all changed since the 50 s and 60 s. Now it is the chinese who have to catch up with QA before they have a good product.