Many college students don’t know when they head out of town for more than a couple days, they put their scooter at risk if certain precautions are not taken. Especially when it comes to longer breaks, scooters need to be prepped and stored in a dry/safe location. Leaving it in a friend’s garage might keep it safe from scooter thieves, but it doesn’t take care of the components that are necessary to ensure your scooter stays in peak running condition.

Here’s a step by step process of what you need to do to store your scooter by yourself!

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Think about…

The semester is almost over with Thanksgiving and Winter break on its coattails — just a few pesky exams to get through 👎

GOOD NEWS! We have the hacks to get you that carefully-calculated score you need to bump you up to the next level. Check ’em out!

First things first, you gotta take care of #1 (YOU, DUH!)

Give It a Break

You can only absorb so much information in one sitting.

ANY new concept after an hour and a half of straight studying isn’t going to stick. Your best bet?

Study for 20–50 minutes and then reward yourself with a 5–10 minute break.

Get Outside!

That break we mentioned? It’s the perfect chance to take…

By: Rebecca Santana

Between managing, class schedules, student organizations and new friendships, managing your money might seem like an afterthought. Before you know it all that cash you saved up from your summer job is gone, and now you need to find some ways to save.

Here are three tips for pinching pennies while you’re getting your degree:

1. Amazon isn’t the only place to buy your textbooks online

Via Unsplash By: Sharon McCutcheon

There are plenty of websites to buy discount textbooks, sometimes even cheaper than what you find on Amazon. Websites like CampusBooks, BookFinder and Biblio are all great resources for finding affordable books. …

By: Rebecca Santana

Between trying to manage your new schedule, learning to live on your own and maneuvering a campus the size of a city, freshman year can be incredibly overwhelming. It can start to feel like you’re just a baby gator in a huge swamp trying to find your way. My advice for having the ultimate freshman year…

Find awesome people and keep them around! It might seem intimidating trying to make friends in a place like this, but they’re easy to come by if you just know where to look.

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Try to make it to as many home…

We created a process that takes a normally 30+ minute scooter shopping experience into a 10 minute or less visit!

Get to know our Haul Ass Pass (HAP) Process with Mike and Hannah:

Listen, we know that the process of buying a scooter can be a bit time-consuming and frustrating if you are not too familiar with scooters in general.

At New Scooters 4 Less, we’re always working towards our customers and making the best out of their experiences with us. In fact, it’s our #1 Core Value (to Create and Recreate the ULTIMATE Customer Experience)!

In a nutshell, we try to accomplish this by giving back to our customers and the Haul Ass Pass is one way we…

By Eyal Britstein

Although the new Game of Thrones season is right around the corner (and we’re all MAD EXCITED about it), it is actually Summer that is coming. And when summer’s coming, almost everyone leaves Gainesville.

If you are a scoot owner, you have three major options for what to do with it when you go home for the break: Leave it outside (vulnerable to weather and theft), store it safely with NS4L, or take it home with you.

Now as simple as the third option may seem, there are a few things you really need to watch out…

By: Eyal Britstein

April. It’s only the fourth month of the year, yet somehow feels like a very transitional period. Besides being known for practical jokes, for some people, especially in college towns like Gainesville, April is a transitional period.

As many students are going to graduate next month, many others are making plans for starting their new college careers in the Fall. Old students leaving while new students are arriving, apartment leases are being passed on, and many fresh graduates try to get rid of the stuff they don’t need anymore or don’t want to be carrying with them…

By: Eyal Britstein

The Wolf RX-50 is one of the most affordable, iconic, and popular scooters at our dealership. As such, we’ve decided to give you a quick NS4L How-To guide for a simple, and common, maintenance procedure that we perform here in our Service Department.

This saves you time, but more importantly money, once you have the right tools and parts. So, without further ado, this is NS4L’s guide to replacing a Wolf RX-50 headlight.

And for you visual learners out there — Here’s our How To vlog episode hosted by service manager Brad.

Tools you will need:

  • Safety gloves and glasses
  • Phillips…

By: Eyal Britstein

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It’s that time of year again folks! Most of you have probably already gotten together with a group of friends and made an entire plan, or at least decided on where to go, and what to do, for spring break.

You might be heading somewhere beachy and fun, like Mexico, Daytona, or the Bahamas. Maybe you're heading North, for an extended winter snow experience, or maybe a cruise? …

At NS4L our #1 Core Value is to provide our customers with the ULTIMATE Customer Experience (UCE).

We want your experience with us to be beyond what you would receive anywhere else and that is where we utilize our other core values for guidance. Namely, Core Value #4 — Embrace and Shape Change.

For the month of February, our WALK-IN SERVICES will be LIMITED to Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays.

We want to better serve our customers by providing timely service on scooter repairs, so we will close the Service Department to walk-in services on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

Not only will this allow our service team to focus all resources on the repair line, but it…

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