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Old 07-07-2012, 08:46 PM   #1
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Scooter Cover when using hitch carrier?

I have a Aprilla Scarbora 100 Motorscooter that is on a hitch carrier. Is it OK to use a scooter cover to keep dirt and rain off the scooter when carried on the back of the motorhome?
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sure. Just make sure it fits securely has the grommets so you can bungee down. Maybe put a moving blanket on before the cover so it wont scratch
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Will a scooter with or without cover block air flow on a rear radiator diesel pusher. I've been interested in getting one, but saw a graphic in the engine cooling section of my owner's manual that indicates no motorcycle on the rear, but there's no text associated with that graphic.
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Old 07-08-2012, 03:33 PM   #4
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Do not know about air flow but my wife uses what is classes as a mobility scooter. This is a 4-wheel job.. I bought a common grill cover to put over it and carry it on a package tray (outside) with the cover well secured on top of it for thousands of miles, back and forth to SC at least twice, all over southern Michigan, and more.. it is time to replace the cover though,, but Grill covers are .. Very low cost.
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Thanks for the feedback and help

Thanks for the feedback. I didn,t consider the fact the scooter may restrict the air on the rear radiator. I will make sure there is sufficient air flow. The forum is a great resource. Thanks Again!!
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