1. Octane Rating

Scooters usually need regular unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87, though it's best to check your manual for specific fuel requirements.

2. Ethanol Content

Most modern scooters handle E10 gasoline well, but fuels with higher ethanol content like E15 or E85 can damage engines due to corrosion.

3. Fuel Efficiency

Scooters are very fuel-efficient, typically achieving 70 to 100 miles per gallon, with efficiency depending on engine size and maintenance.

4. Storage

When storing your scooter for extended periods, it’s important to add a fuel stabilizer to the gasoline. This prevents the fuel from deteriorating.,

5. Cleanliness

Keeping the gas tank and fuel system clean is crucial. Dirt, debris, and old gasoline can lead to engine problems.

6. Fuel Additives

Use only scooter-appropriate additives to clean engines or boost performance, and always follow manufacturer guidelines.

7. Safety

Handling gasoline safely is paramount. Always refuel in a well-ventilated area, avoid spills, and store gasoline in approved containers away from any source of heat or flame

8. Environmental Considerations

Choosing more fuel-efficient scooters or those that use alternative fuels like electricity can reduce environmental impact.