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Looking for a fast and reliable gas scooter? Bintelli Powersports has you covered! All of our Bintelli gas scooters are loaded with upgrades such as Yuasa™ batteries, Gates™ belts, NGK™ spark plugs, Deni™ carburetors, Duro™ tires, halogen lights, and stainless steel exterior hardware.
Browse through our full inventory of gas scooters below. Shop online or visit our West Aslhey showroom where we provide the Charleston area with quality mopeds and scooters!
Bintelli Scooters are made with our customers in mind. All of our scooters are loaded with upgrades such as Yuasa™ batteries, Gates™ belts, NGK™ spark plugs, Deni™ carburetors, Duro™ tires, halogen lights, and stainless-steel exterior hardware. Our only focus is on building the highest quality scooter possible, with more upgrades than any other brand on the market. We bring you the best value! With competitive pricing and quality for our Bintelli Scooters, our products are guaranteed to keep our customers happy.
Scooters are a great vehicle to have because of their great gas mileage, low price point, and simple service and maintenance upkeep. Some scooters can get 100+ mpg — which is great when compared to a car. If you’re willing to sacrifice the ability to get on the interstate and you decide to purchase one of the smaller models, then you can get even better gas mileage from your first scooter. While scooters are generally inexpensive, word of warning here… some of the newer scooters with all the bells and whistles (such as larger wheels, ability to go on the highway, and stylish designs) can be quite expensive — costing upwards of $5,000. If you’re concerned about the environment, a hybrid scooter or an electric scooter will cost around $11,000. However, on the lower end, you can get a nice new scooter for about $1400. So, all in all, scooters aren’t that expensive. While it is not required in South Carolina we always suggest scooter insurance. It costs approximately $120 a year for all the bells and whistles (such as coverage in case someone steals your scooter, which is common). This is way less than car insurance — where liability can cost hundreds of dollars, if not more, each year.
Check out some of our Frequently Asked Questions regarding our scooters. As always, please reach out to us at 843-405-8366 if you have any questions about any of the models we sell.
Frequently Asked Gas Moped Questions
Q: What kind of license do I need to ride a moped under 50cc?
A: You will need a moped license or a regular driver’s license. For anything over 50cc you will need a motorcycle license.
Q: Am I required to carry insurance on a moped.
A: No, although, it is recommended in case you are involved in an accident or your moped is stolen
Q: Are there any helmet laws in SC?
A: While we always recommend that you wear a helmet, you are only required to wear a helmet if you are under 21 years of age. However, eye protection is always required
Q: Do I need to register my moped?
A: Yes, all mopeds are required to be registered as of late 2018. The good news is that we take care of that for you at the time of
Q: How old do I have to be to ride a moped?
A: 15 years old with a restricted moped license. 16 years or older with a moped or driver’s license with no restrictions.
Q: What kind of service or maintenance do I need to worry
about with a moped?
A: The servicing will include an oil change, overall moped inspection, and a valve adjustment. Thereafter, all mopeds should be brought in for a servicing every six months or 1,500 miles (whichever comes first).