With more people going back to work, still cautious about using public transport with social distancing and the prospect of warmer weather, the scooter-commuter market is really picking up.
Scooters and small-capacity motorbikes are popular with new and old riders and the market is growing, particularly at this time of year.
Director Dave Willis said: “We’ve been selling a lot of 125s with gears to learner riders and, while we don’t stock many twist-and-go scooters, we’ve added a Suzuki Address 110 scooter to our demo fleet to meet the demand for test-rides.
“I’ve been coming to work for the last month on my little Address scooter and it’s great.
“You can zip and nip through the traffic which makes it such an easy way to get to work or into town if you only have to travel a few miles. And it’s nice to get to work with a smile on your face!”
We work closely with Ipswich-based Suffolk Rider Training so new riders can get on the road after a one-day compulsory basic training (CBT) course.
The monthly cost of buying a scooter can even work out less than a 28-day bus pass. The Address 110 is not expensive to run either with official fuel economy of up to 134mpg.
Find out more about Suzuki scooters at orwell.co.uk/suzuki/new-suzuki-motorcycle-range/scooters.
Book a test-ride or get a personalised quote by calling 01473 257401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about Suffolk Rider Training by visiting www.suffolkridertraining.co.uk