Many scooters made and sold today come with a disc brake on the front wheel, which generally involves working with a hydraulic fluid line and caliper for adjustments. However, the rear wheel on many scooters and both wheels on classic vintage scooters still use drum brakes. These drum brakes are activated by a control cable connected either to the foot brake cable or the front brake lever on the handle. Adjustment is straightforward and requires only a few tools. At a minimum, every scooter owner with drum brakes should know how to make changes since she may end up needing to do the adjustment on the side of a road.
Vespa Fully Hydraulic Brake Conversion
Chinese motor scooters are relatively inexpensive yet incorporate surprisingly sophisticated technology. For example, they have complete electric starting, charging .