Stolen Scooters

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Stolen Scooters

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Stolen scooter I never knew their where so many scooter stolen. I went to a site name “Stolen Scooter Registry� that listed all kinds of scooter that was stolen. I think that reinforced me to keep a closer eye on my scooter. I don’t think I’ll leave it out anywhere I can’t see it.

It will only take a blink of an eye for it to disappear, so make sure all you new owners like me never wonder to far away and keep it in the garage at night.


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Post by ericalm »

That's the scoot.net site: http://scoot.net/stolen/

Good resource, though pray your scoot never shows up there.
It's ridiculously easy to steal a scoot, even with the seering locked and so on. Best method I ever heard: thieves lifting a scoot onto skateboards and wheeling it off. Best instance of thief idiocy: trying to jack a scoot and not knowing to flip the kill swicth to turn it on, so abandoning it and running off.
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