Hi - you've got a few deals on those 110cc's. There is a safety device, usually mounted to the frame under the seat - but before you go that far - make sure there's a key - if bypassed already and it has a switch, etc. you have to make sure power that is coming from the battery is going through past the key or switch -
If you have the key - seems operational - there's a few other things you need to know before going any further - on the last one I had there's an interlock attached to the right handlebar brake lever - when you squeeze the right brake lever - there will be post that you can push down to hold the brake lever in - on some at least - the brake lever has to be pulled in for the bike to start -
Those aren't my markings - just make sure the lever is pulled in - that outpost will keep it in place - but as long as you have that lever pulled in you can move on.
There's a kill switch here - make sure it's pointing in the right direction - I believe #2 is the kill switch. It's hard to see in the pic, but you'll want that lever opposite of the marking with an X or pointed to whichever one looks like a complete circle.
Your key is on, or at least power is to the switch and going out - your right brake lever is pulled in - and the kill switch on left handle bar is facing right direction - give the start button a try. If you get absolutely nothing - and FYI - your lights if functional should be on or be able to be to test the key by turning all the way forward/that's on + lights, whereas setting just before that is just 'on' - if you get nothing - no lights, nada - close to the positive post on the battery you should see an inline fuse that looks like this - I know it's hard to see - file quality starts out low on this one - but it's in the middle. Word to the wise - those fuses do go out normally, etc. corrosion, use, wear & tear - but if it's already blown proceed with caution - electrical issues are the main culprit - and if you put a new fuse in and it blows immediately - you have another issue. Good Luck and All The Best, Justin McCartney 17 South Industries