Use 95 Octane unleaded fuel.
Important: Do not use E10 or 91 Octane fuel.
There is NO measuring or mixing necessary thanks to our industry-leading oil injection system, which is fitted to all 50cc Zoot Scooters. Simply fill the fuel tank up with 95 Octane unleaded fuel, and the scooter will mix the fuel & oil together all by itself.
Yes, there is parking at the rear of our Unley Road showroom.
Enter via the driveway at 10 Unley Road or at the rear via Park Lane.
If you are towing a trailer, please enter via park lane and drive through the open roller door. You can exit via Unley Road, no need to reverse or turn around.
We have plenty of off-street parking at our Lonsdale warehouse. With plenty of space to turn around your trailer or even a truck inside our secure premises.
As of October 2018, In South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia, you don’t need a special licence to ride a 50cc Scooter if you have one for the car. Please visit your State Government authority to get all the detail.
No, you need a driver’s licence or provisional driver’s licence to ride a moped.
Learners in South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia must pass a riding test and obtain a RD Learners Permit before they can legally ride a moped.
Yes. If the Scooter you want is on the showroom floor, you can take it with you that day.
Use a good quality, Semi-Synthetic or full Synthetic low smoke, 2T Scooter oil.
Do not use cheap 2T oil designed for chainsaws or boats – this could cause damage to the scooter.
Important: do not mix oil with fuel; simply add to the oil bottle when dash light comes on.
Your scooter’s first service is critical and must be performed between 300km – 500km. A failure to do so will void the scooter’s warranty.
Service charges apply.
All Zoot Scooters come with a 2-year / 10,000km warranty.*
Follow this procedure when starting up the scooter:
Yes, we sell and fit Scooter tyres.
Within the CBD and in North Adelaide there are 1,000 free on-street parking spaces designated specifically for motorcycles and scooters. For more information & a map of where these free parks are, please check out the City of Adelaide Motorcycle Parking page, https://www.cityofadelaide.com.au/transport-parking/parking/motorcycle-parking/.