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Monday, July 22, 2013

Purchasing a Go-Kart?

Think of this: 

Since a memory of riding will be handed down through generations, a smooth ride is important.  An unpleasant experience usually backfires to friends and family members alike; potentially igniting negative influence to the next of kin.  Riding should be pleasureful and exciting; an outlet from life's exhausting monotony.  So, whether you're an adventurous adult or fearless youth, please inform yourself, and responsible persons, about all the RPMs of go-karting.  An education is never regretted.  The opposite of the saying is true; what you don't know CAN hurt you.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Considering a Scooter?

Things to consider if you are seriously considering a fuel-efficient, cost-saving scooter.

Think about circumstance

Consider what time of day riding will occur
Is commuting with a scooter in the plans?  Will side roads be utilized, or is the commute strictly unavoidable highway time?  Will the travel be during peak or off peak traffic times?
Consider the regional weather
The conditions to be navigated, for the most part, can make or break your two-wheeled experience.  Long distance scootering on a rainy day may not prove to be pleasant.  Arid regions with more predictable weather patterns make scooter riding a more viable option.  

Monday, July 1, 2013

All About CARB

What does CARB Certified mean?

One of the more common questions we get from customers relates to CARB certified products.  Many don’t understand what CARB certification means while others aren’t sure if they should buy a CARB product or if they even have a choice.  Allow me to break down this mystery for you below.

CARB certification came about in the 1960’s when the state of California began a push for cleaner emissions to offset air pollution.  CARB, short for the California Air Resources Board, was actually a Governor-appointed committee whose goals were to:
  1. Attain and maintain healthy air quality
  2. Protect the public from exposure to toxic air contaminants
  3. Provide innovative approaches for complying with air pollution rules and regulations