Hey guys, I'm new so please don't bite hard, due to my really silly and stupid questions. I have a couple so bare with me. 1. I'm considering buying a new bike in the price range of $2000 - $4500. I know it's not much but its all I can afford. (I don't have parents financially supporting like some my age!). I was wondering what do you think about the Kymco Quannon 125cc. I've been told that it is tremendously underpowered, which I don't care about as such, because I am incredibly scared of speed!! I just want something that looks nice and sporty but doesn't have the looming death wish over your head :$ . I found that I can afford a new Quannon 2009 model, which I can get for $3999 inc ORC but I also found out that I can buy a second hand Honda 2007 CBR125R for $300 bucks cheaper. Although, I'm not entirely won over due to the "popularity" of the bike. 2. Regarding a purchase, what exactly happens? I pay for my bike, it gets registered, and I ride away? Is there anything else I have to do? Can I just ride away from the shop (along with my new helmet and gloves..etc). Do I have to go to the RTA and do some follow up documentation? 3. Insurance. So I know I have to get CTP, is there any other insurance I should be looking into? My dad says comprehensive insurance and third party insurance is really important especially for a learner like myself (from his 30+ years of riding experience). Are these fairly cheap? Being a university student... I am limited to youth allowance and my trusty 1 year $5000 VC scholarship. Will they be costly over time? 4. "Breaking in" method. I downloaded the manual for the Quannon, it says something like I have to keep it under 60kmph for the first hour in the first 1000kms. If I forget, and I probably will, will the bike fall over and die (figuratively speaking of course :-s) or will it just not be "optimised" to its maximum performance? Ok, I think I will stop now.. I don't want to be question overload for all of you. Thanks for taking the time to read this.