Everyone in my family drives scoots. Wife, daughters, son in law, sister, sisters husband (ex motor cop too), brother (retired USAF), wife's sister and brother in law, nephew, and friends, when they were alive my dad and mother. For 42 years of marriage, most everyone in our circles ride motorcycles.
I have two 1100 silverados, a majesty, and two 650 yamaha customs, and two mopeds for company to ride. BUT right now they are all in Texas. Don't ask how I ended up with it, but I also have my oldest daughters 1100 silverado ( I love those scoots) here in NV as she moved to Texas too and did not have room for it in the truck. (because she did not listen to daddy. But she is 35 and does not have to I guess) Only thing wrong with it is no windshield. It is is Texas... she forgot to leave it. I do not like riding without a windshield.
Even when I was working, I could go a couple months and never get in a car. Still that way. But it is getting winter time here in NV quickly. Supposed to get first snow tomorrow.
My oldest daughter takes my Voyager to work most days in Corsicana as she is staying in the house until we "finally" move there in March. She and her friend ride all the others there to keep them charged up and gassed. I have already registered most of them in Texas. LOT CHEAPER than Nevada. The Voyager last July here in Nevada one year old would have been $328 in Texas when I registered it, $45.
I will be there the end of next week for 3 weeks, (taking the next to last load of stuff down, the third 26 foot uhaul and 12 ft trailer load) and hopefully the weather will be good enough to ride the three places I want to go while there.
Bubba in TX
2011 Voyager "Betty Clunker"
A bad day on a motorcycle is better than a good day in a car
Some people collect T-shirts
I actually ride
Voyager 1700 owners...
WRAP your pipes....
You will be glad you did...
Nye County Nevada
Motor Officer Retired
Blue Knights Texas 43