Was just having a cigarette outside of my workplace in the city, when I see this Scooter rider pull up next to 3 bikes (well, 1 scooter, then an ER-6, then another scooter). There is no room there, so the scooter guy jumps off, moves one of the scooters, and creates himself BARELY enough room for him to slide his scooter in... After he does such, there is no way on earth that the motorcycle rider could even consider getting his bike straight, let alone roll it out. I gave him a serve on his lack of consideration but it just blew over his head (although his partner seemed to get it). I've got a ton of other things which hack me off about scooter riders, but instead of ranting about them all i thought I'd give other NR members a chance to chip in their two-cents worth and get it off their chest. I think that Scooter Dealerships should give out a "Facts Sheet" with friendly advice on how not to pi$$ off other road users (IE don't split traffic if you can't accelerate faster than the lead car, or don't split and plug up the gap at the front, OR DO NOT SHARE A LANE WITH A MOTORBIKE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE), which may also provide information on how best to extend their lifespan. Who knows, maybe somebody who has been reading NR and has bought a scooter could read this thread and pick up a few tips. Is engine cubic capacity directly proportionate to IQ? 50cc anyone?