The ScooterPod

The ScooterPod

This is a video I made for a friend of mine who is selling some of these scooters, probably on ebay. Although it is strange looking, it is a lot of fun to drive, gets great gas mileage and they are quite cheap. Check out www.scooterpod.net for more details about the scooterPOD.

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23 thoughts on “The ScooterPod

  1. I have a 2010 now that I have put 12,000 miles on so far commuting to work and its been great. Saves me alot of money on maintenance costs on my Aprilia sport touring bike since I quit commuting on it.

  2. yes it is, I have a 2010 now that I have put 12,000 miles on so far commuting to work and its been great. Saves me alot of money on maintenance costs on my Aprilia sport touring bike since I quit commuting on it.

  3. adorei gostaria de saber o valor e onde encontrar para demonstração e possivel aquisição e ou representação.

  4. YES,I was keeping ahead of the meter nazi,every time a meter was about to expire,I stuck more money in it from my own pocket,just to piss off the meter nazi,which was usually a fat ass black or white lady with a power vice that loved to act like they were running something,after a while I thought they went to work somewhere else,then returned with a real cop to try to warn me,I was warned if I did it again,I would be arrested for obstruction of justice.

  5. Yah, I think scooterpod is the most catchy. Its also called the xy150zk. Cheap, fuel efficient and a blast to ride. They are very popular in europe where they are called the vogue.

  6. That shot coming out of Spanish Fork Canyon headed toward Mapleton was really nice, the snow, in the background made for a nice touch too.

  7. So apparently you didn’t notice him riding on the road before he ended up in the parking lot. People being so quick to make a comment like this on YT make it annoying for the rest of us that pay attention.

  8. What’s the purpose of the roof? I mean it won’t keep you dry in the rain, since if it’s angled it’ll still hit you. And whenever you leave the roof leans too, so it doesn’t really seem that useful.

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