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When life gives you lemons…fight back!

Just a few tips from some friends online on how to spot a lemon when purchasing a new vehicle. This can also apply to those of us who buy bikes and scoots. Hopefully soon we will have such protection available to us.


Via: The Lemon Law Attorneys

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Vespa launches new Primavera scooter – Wheel – Viet Nam Business News – Bizhub

The bike, which draws its inspiration from the brand’s iconic 1960′s-era model, arrived in Vietnam just one week after debuting in Milan. The 2014 Primavera will replace the LX, one of the brand’s best selling models in Vietnam, according to Piaggio Vietnam, a subsidiary of Europe’s largest scooter maker.

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Nightmare on C5

Have you tried the MC Lane on C5? Ridiculous! Rode it yesterday from the Service Road to Bagong Ilog. Crazy. Trees, posts, potholes, parked cars, stopped PUVs, Taxi’s, Pedicabs, Sand, Rocks and these are just the stationary obstacles and need I mention the elevated manhole covers right near the entrance from the service road. Then after all is said and done, you’re not allowed on the Bagong Ilog flyover? You have to pass through the extremely narrow service road to go to Quezon City? Utterly stupid. Chairman, lika angkas ka sa akin. See how you like it.

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Contemplating a ride

It’s been a while since Ive gone on a substantial rite and my butt and wrists are aching for one.

Where would you go?

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Mountain High – San Jose, Nueva Ecija

San Jose, Nueva Ecija. Oir favorite resto, Marquez, was still closed. We ended up in a roadside eatery manned by lovely barrio laases.

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MotoItalia is still the distributor of Piaggio

Received this in my email today.
So, what now Piaggio?


MOTOITALIA PHILIPPINES, INC.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT

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Vespa Scooters for Everybody!

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Bucket List: Day 6 & 7

After a much needed rest day in Samal Island, we were ready to continue with the adventure. We were resigned to the fact that we wouldn’t be able to ride out of the resort to the ferry we asked the staff to arrange a special trip of their ferry for us, 3 passengers and 3 scooters. It cost a pretty penny but I guess the sight of 3 scoots on the water was worth every centavo.

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Bucket List: Day 4 & 5

Up at the crack of dawn, the group was raring to go. The hotel would be serving breakfast at 6 am and we were at the coffee shop by 5:45. Once done with the food, we were off. Hitting the road at round 7 in the morning, Surigao City was in full swing by the time we were passing through it’s streets.

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