Posted: 26 Oct 2007 09:30 Post Subject:
Hi there...simple did not get your point!
If you're gonna sell these scooters...then why are you so worried abt it!
Let the buyers get to think.
Posted: 26 Oct 2007 09:41 Post Subject: all vehicles..
In my opinion every vehicle that has an authorized licensed-plate in it... can be covered under car insurance (motor cycles or scooties are no exception). So the owners should be looking for insurance.
All the best,
Posted: 26 Oct 2007 10:23 Post Subject:
well, I believe even the electric scooters have different materialistic & mechanical functioning, and hence they vary a lot in worth. May be thats why some of them would truly need insurance. Without insurance they'd effect the health/longtermcare premiums..may be.
Posted: 27 Oct 2007 10:15 Post Subject:
firstname.lastname@example.org--Hello and welcome.
If you are 'giving' or selling these scooter then I doubt there would need to be insurance (by you). Are we talking about the 'rascal' type scooters? The ones for handicaped people? These are not licensed to be on the road way correct? Are they even titled? And if they are titled are you going to transfer the title to the new owner or just let them borrow them? Maintaining the title in your name? I think that the answers to these questions would make a huge difference. Let us know first these answers then I think we could be of more assistance to you.