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    So I will be buying a scooter in the next few days (as soon as my dead car sells) and my new route home got me thinking. I will probably be taking state home (3300 south to 9000 south), since the scooter only does about 60mph tops, and I was wondering if there are any pawn shops worth stopping by a few times a month.

    Any of you other SLC guys have some experience with any of them?

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    I like Cash America Pawn. There are a few locations in SL county. I have found many great deals there.
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    There's one on just about every corner of state street. Just start walking and I'm sure one of them will have something you looking for.

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    Okay here we go a scooter requires a motorcycle endorsement

    By that logic why not find a cheap 250cc bike better breaking less limits easier to work on same or better miles on the bike.

    If your set on a scooter make sure you have a little extra in the bank to cover the cost of ownership they tend to break down most shops require half down since costs are sometimes more then the bike.

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    Pssst - the thread is 5 years old.
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    Yeah just got that

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    Now that 5 y/o scooter can probably be bought at the junk yard for $20!!!!
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