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jonwayContacted JR for a seat for my scooter, he made me a great deal,ensured I was gonna get the right one and it was shipped fast and well packaged. Rick View All
Motobravo MP-150 LKYHey JR I love the bike. I have put about 30 miles a day on it since I got it and no problems what-so-ever. My only regret is that I took so long to order it and its getting cold now! Thanks, View All
Road Warrior Trike 250 ccI just recieved my new trike and it's better than I hoped for. JR_ has been a great help getting all the paper work done. and getting me the trike 3 weeks early. You are the best. I have recomended you to several other people, that all thought the trike was awsome. Thanks. I HIGHLY… View All
Chinese Scooter PartsJ.R, You are very informative, you can troubleshoot a problem without a hesitation. You are helpfull in every which way. I can't thank you enough. Hank View All
Zongshen GS 250I Own two Zongshen Motorcycles.. a 200cc storm and Gs250 street bike... they are a blast... the GS 250 developed a problem and has sat for a while waiting for a part which turned out to be the (stator) which I hadn't been able to find. JR hooked me up with a new stator and… View All
Great Deal!Very Good Company to Deal with' We purchased a Roketa MC-51 250cc Street bike and I plan on buying another motorcycle from them for my son! Thank You.. James Linderman View All
Great service and productI bought a 3wheel scooter from Thrifty Scooter, and I only have praised for that company. 1) they returned my calls timely each time I tried to contact them and they were not able to answer the phone in person. 2) The scooter was delivered on the day they said it would. 3) The paperwork… View All
Quality & Service MC95I am pleased to say that the customer service and professionalism shown by Thrifty Scooters to me during and after delivery of my MC-95 Roadster, has been an positive experience, and I look forward to working with thrifty scooters for all of my future needs, and I am glad to recommend them to all of… View All
Great service!JR is extremely knowledgeable about scooters, and he uses his knowledge in the very best way: to help the customer without price-gouging. He showed me how to fix my own scooter (who does that?) and had the best price on the part I needed (I checked around). My brother in law took his scooter somewhere… View All
Excellent ServiceI needed some parts for my JL250P. The seller I originally purchased the bike from no longer sells them. After some searching, I found Thrifty Scooters. They were able to order the parts I needed, shipped them promptly. I'm very happy. I will definitely do business with them in the future. View All
Affordable FunThe motorcycle DB-07 enduro exceeded my expectations! I was very impressed to see that there were added features such as the alarm and remote start that I was not even aware of. I look forward to having lots of fun on trails and on the road with this bike. Thank you so much for the… View All
Appearance SurpriseMy 150cc MC-04 Roketa scooter arrived in excellent condition and was packed so well that it took me two hours to remove all the bolts and nuts to move the scooter off the wooden skid. After removal, I saw it was more beautiful and complete than I had anticipated. The neighbors and my wife stated… View All
Jonaway YY250T partsFor the past month I have been trying to find parts for my Jonway YY250T scooter, after laying it dowm to avoid crashing into a cager that ran a red light. Thrifty Scooters really came through for me, I had been searching the internet trying to find all the parts I needed. Thrifty Scooters had… View All
road warrorI got a road warrior and it great.i have bad knees but i can ride this trike with no knee pain.JR is the man.thanks View All
Roketa 110cc Engine KnowledgeI've been a mechanic for 40 years, and I know most engines have characteristics that make each one unique, and some can even be difficult. The Rocketa 110cc Go-Kart I worked on wasn't starting, so I called JR for advice. He ran down all the usual troubleshooting, and then came up with just a small… View All
Frequently Asked Questions
The majority of the vehicles sold on this site are street legal in all continuous 48 states. However, please check with your local DMV for specific state requirements. California residents require C.A.R.B. approval to be legal in the state of California.
Once an order is placed to Thriftyscooters.com, your order immediately enters our order processing system. We will gladly refund your purchase amount less the 3.5% processing fee which we incured to process your credit card.
All sales are final. We do not accept returns, exchanges, or trade-ins.
Yes! We offer a 3-month limited warranty applicable to factory defective parts only. Warranty excludes damage caused during shipping, misuse, abuse, or failure to properly maintain the vehicle. Please refer to our "Warranty & Returns" section. On certain vehicles, we offer extended warranty during the sale up to 36 months.
Step 1: Place scooter on parking stand (stand is located towards the rear of scooter next to kick starter).
Step 2: Put key into ignition and turn it to the (on) position. Note: Make sure kill switch is in the (on) position.
Step 3: Put unleaded gas into scooter (premium gas recommended). Note: Make sure you have the fuel line connected to the carburetor. It is located on the left side of the bike underneath the seat. There is a compartment that exposes the carburetor and what you are looking for will be either a brass nub 3/4 of an inch long or a hollow nub. You may not see it, however, you should be able to feel it if you are standing on the left side of the bike.
Step 4: Kick start scooter 6-7 times to build compression. Note: Do not pull on throttle or it will flood the carburetor.
Step 5: Now use the electric start (hold in rear left brake lever and press button on right that looks like lightening bolt). Hold for 3-4 seconds. Note: Do not hold it in any longer than 5 seconds at a time or you will burn the starter.
Step 6: Repeat sequence 6-7 times.
Step 7: Once started, adjust idle speed if needed. Note: To adjust idle lift up seat and in engine compartment on the top towards the farthest side of the carburetor, is a Gold Phillip screw attached onto a spring. Turn clockwise until it is set to your preference.
Fortunately, one does not need to be mechanically-inclined to assemble the vehicles. Most vehicles are 85% - 95% assembled. The typical requirements are installations of the front wheel, side mirrors, battery, and trunk.
It all depends on your location. It can range from 3-5 business days if you're in the West Coast or Midwest to 5-10 business days if you're in the East Coast. Remember, we do not ship to P.O. boxes. It usually takes 2 days to process your credit card. We will ship the same day that the funds have cleared.
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We have been selling atv's for 20 years and in that time we have only sold 2 50cc atv's. The reason is that the child quickly learns how to ride the atv and can't even climb out of a gutter on the sidewalk. The 90 cc and the 110 cc sell more to young riders. All of our 90cc up to 300cc atv’s have a safety throttle governor. This device is all well and good if the child doesn't listen. The important thing to understand is its all about training. The more time you spend training your child the more pleasure they will have with the ATV and the happier you will be with your purchase.
By training we mean the following:
1. Practice stopping and starting and make games out of it, like stopping on a line with the rear wheels touching and stopping on the line with the front wheels touching. spread out the lines until they have a football field of distance between lines.
2. Making a circular track. This will make your child slow down automatically around corners instead of you telling them to slow down.
Remember if you tell them they will not listen. If you make a game out of it they will learn control on their own terms.
Thriftyscooters.com is not responsible for shipping damages incurred during delivery. We inspect the crates before they are shipped out. We advise our customers to inspect their item for damages when it arrives. If the item is damaged during shipping, it is your responsibility to have the freight driver acknowledge the damage and notate the damage on the delivery receipt. You must then file a claim with the freight company. We will assist and cooperate with you during the claim process, but it is your responsibility to file the claim, submit the requirements for the claim, and follow the claim through to its resolution.