Why the 49cc/50cc Scooters are the Real Deal
Many parts of the world have seen the use scooters become a common means of transport. They are easy to ride and also quite comfortable to the rider. Another added advantage on scooters is that they can be ridden by women who do not put on trousers.
Both the big bodied people as well as the people of small physique have nothing to worry about as scooters come in different sizes to cater for this. But which are the most commonly used types of scooters? Below we will look at the 49cc and 50cc scooters. All over the world, these two are said to be the most commonly found and used scooters.
One of the most common scooters all over the world are the 49cc and the 50cc scooters. The differences between these two scooters is not easy to detect and therefore they are classified together. 49CC scooters will sometimes bear the labels of 50cc scooter and vice versa. Apart from being of almost equal size and power, the two scooters have other things in common. These things they have in common that makes them the most preferred scooters in the market are the legislation on their use as well as their engine working mechanisms. Let us see how these to single factors have made the models become so widely used and accepted.
To ride a two wheeler like a motorcycle, one is required by law worldwide to have a motorcycle license. This law applies all over the world and there are no rooms for a motorcycle rider to ride with the ordinary driver’s license. This law however does not apply to the 49cc and the 50 cc scooters. To ride the 49cc and the 50cc scooters you only need to have a driver’s license. Most people have drivers licenses and the best two wheelers to go for then are the two scoters. It counts as a waste of time and resources to go back to acquire another license while there is a motorcycle you can use with your driver’s license.
The other factor making the 49cc and the 50cc scooters popular is their engine working mechanism. These scooters may come with a two stroke or a four stroke engine. The difference between these two engines is not in the power they produce but in their ignition sequence. The 49cc or 50cc scooters with a 2 stroke engine require both petrol and oil in the fuel tank. For a four stroke engine, the only fuel required in the tank is petrol. Oil will only be used as a lubricant to the moving parts of the engine. Scooter buyers therefore have the option to choose between a petrol only engine scooter or that with oil and petrol as the fuel.The type of fuel a scooter engine uses is one sure way to know the type of engine used by your scooter.