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Get your Scooter ready for spring!

Get your Scooter ready for spring!

Spring is here, the sun's hanging around longer, and we know you're itching to get riding! But don't hit the road just yet - read our guide, and make sure your scooter is as ready to hit the road as you are!

Spring is officially here, and it's about time to get riding again. If you were able to get all your winterizing done when you were forced to hang up your riding boots for the cold season, your scooter should be almost ready to ride; but if not, getting your scooter road-ready might take just a bit more effort.

Either way, using our guide, it should only take a couple of hours to get your scooter in tip-top shape for riding season, so you don't miss a single day of it when it gets here!

Read more: Get your Scooter ready for spring!

What is a club? Common Questions about your club

What is a club? Why have a club?

What is a club? Why do people form clubs? I thought about it, I looked it up, and by definition a club is an association of persons for some common object, usually jointly supported and meeting periodically; also: a club is a group identified by some common characteristic. But then I realized a club is so much more than that. A club is a group of people that like to hang out together, bonded by a common interest and becoming as friends and extended family of like-minded individuals that together, work with the same love of growing and doing things related to their common interests. A club is much more than just the sum of its members because as people add to the club it grows to beyond just a group of people that are interested in the same thing – it becomes a living, breathing entity to where the members have fun and enjoyment that they can share with others and in turn share in the others fun and enjoyment.

Read more: What is a club? Common Questions about your club

Scooter Laws in Connecticut

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Get to Know the Scooter Laws in Connecticut

This article is about Connecticut scooter laws and the Connecticut motorcycle endorsement regulations that you will need to know.

Each state is different, so don't assume that because Idaho requires licensing of scooters 50cc and smaller, that Connecticut does too. Here, we will give you a brief introduction and overview of the motor scooter laws for Connecticut. Then, at the end of the page, you'll find a link for more detailed information on Connecticut scooter laws.

Read more: Scooter Laws in Connecticut

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