on January 17, 1998
As an owner of several Vespa Scooters, I was looking forward to another source of information. This book does a decent job of covering the basics, and even shows some of the makeshift tools that we have all made before. Unfortunately, that's about all you'll get. As you wade through the British style of writing, you'll realise you just spent 5 minutes(trying to read British english, not because Americans are slow) and 2 paragraphs explaining how to remove a sparkplug. If you want specifics (especially on U.S. models, batteries and turn signals must be taboo in Europe), there are much better reference books in the same price range.