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WITH YOUR SECURITY TIPS
AN ALARM
Good support to
a decent lock








For details of fitting click here
A STRONG LOCK PASSED
THROUGH THE FORKS








If there is nothing to lock the scooter
to, pass the lock through the brake
pedal if possible (see below)
A LOCK PASSED THROUGH
THE BRAKE PEDAL
                                                 
                                                    
As It Can Be 
Hard To Get 
A Good Size 
Lock Round 
The Forks Of 
A P-Range 
With Drum 
Brakes, I Have 
Had A STEEL 
HOOP WELDED 
TO THE FORKS 


If You Have A P-Range
With A Disc Brake, A
D-LOCK, CABLE LOCK
OR CHAIN Can Be Passed Through The Forks And The Front Wheel








A BODY TO
HANDLEBAR
LOCK
Backs up the standard
steering lock
Scooter Theft Is On The Increase. Both Professional Thieves And Joy Riding Kids Have Their Eye On Your Scoot. Here Are Some Ways Of Keeping Your Pride And Joy Secure, And Where It Should Be..Where You Left It !
IF THE 
SCOOT 
IS KEPT 
COVERED 
NOBODY 
WILL KNOW 
IF IT IS 
WORTH 
NICKING
A STRONG LOCK
CAN BE PASSED
AROUND THE FLOOR
BOARDS AND SECURED TO SOMETHING SOLID
Some other ideas that you could try are:

A DataTag Kit
Marking Parts With An Ultra Violet Pen
A Disc Lock (If you have a disc brake!)
Or....................A GREAT BIG DOG!!!!!

Remember:

Always try to lock the scooter to something solid

Alarms, disc locks & extra steering locks are best used as back ups to a strong cable lock or chain

Try to lock the scooter in a garage or shed, or at least on your property. If it must be in the street, try to lock it near a street light.

Get a lock you can carry on your scooter - the biggest, strongest lock in the world is no good if you have to leave it at home !
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