Types of Gas Scooters..

There are all types of gas scooters out there on the market! For example the all new JL4 by Jin Lun. Stylish and economical, the JL4 is a compact size, gas powered motor scooter. Street legal and able to operate in all 50 states. The JL4 has a 50cc 4 stroke engine with a single cylinder. JL4 automatic transmission, a maximum speed of 32 MPH and a one gallon fuel tank can return a very economical 70 MPG range.

This gas scooter JL4 is comfortable and easy to use. It can be turned on with an electric starter or the kick start option. Other features include a high volume exhaust, comfortable seating, and an emergency kill switch. Easy and comfortable to ride, the JL4 feature a convenient front storage compartment, under seat compartment, and a rear trunk at no additional cost. Making these gas scooters called the JL4 are one of kind!

Unlike others, the MC_JL4 have constant headlight which means the headlight is on whenever engine is on to insure the safety of our riders day and night. A feature that passes and exceeds DOT expectation which others do not have. The MC_JL4 offers extended motor engine that gives more power and better performance verses the majority other that do not have this feature will perform at a much lower speed. The extended engine casing provides better support and rigidity to calm the engine's natural movements such as twisting and flexing. The MC_JL4 have a rider-oriented design on the instrument panel that has a cleast read-out of time, speed, mileage. Our competitors are still using the outdated single gauge panel.Our alloy rim projected on the left is much safer and lighter then the full metal rim on the right. Being light-weight helps the bike to perform better, and it is visually pleasing too!Only the JL4 creators cares about the environment in our industry. We specifically added the EGR that helps the harmful pollutants circulate back to the scooter and output it for the engine making it more productive. It eliminates pollutants from escaping to the air causing harmful side effects to our environment. Giving the JL4, two thumbs up for going green!

Typically, mopeds are restricted to 30–35 mph. Some localities require pedals, thus making them hybrid transport, using both human power and machine power. Many jurisdictions consider them as "limited speed motorcycles." The earliest mopeds, introduced in the early 1950s, were nothing but bicycles with a helper motor in various locations, for example on top of the front wheel. These were commonly called cycle motors. An example of this early type is the Velosolex brand. A more innovative design was known as the Cyclemaster in the UK. This had a complete powered rear wheel which was simply substituted for the bicycle rear wheel. It originated from a design by two DKW engineers in Germany. Slightly larger machines, commonly with a 98cc engine were known as auto cycles. However, some mopeds, such as the Czech-made Jawa, were derived from motorcycles. Gas Scooters are similar to mopeds in that they normally have smaller displacements that a motorcycle. This is not always true, as maxi-scooters can have displacements of 650ccs or more, rivaling mid-sized motorcycles.

In a traditional sense, mopeds were simply scooters with pedals, or bicycles with motors. For many states, however, the word “moped” has come to mean a motorized vehicle with a displacement of 50ccs or less!

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