The seat on the scooetr broke while I was coming home from the local stop and shop, though I fell, I wasn't hurt, but, I am now without transportation, without the seat, my independence is gone, getting help from other people, is almopst nil, can you help me get a seat for my scooter? Medicare is willing to pay for the seat, thank you Ahmad Salazar 516-280-2867
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If you don't have a local bike shop to reassemble your seat or sell you a new one, you can probably find one to fit at Walmart or Target. A good bike shop will often give you one of better quality than you can buy at a department store, because many cyclists replace the seat with one that fits their bottom when they buy a new bike.
You could take the broken pipe and the exhaust to a muffler shop and ask them to help weld it back. Should the shop refused to do so on the grounds that the pipe/exhaust metals are too thin to weld, try a motorcycle repair shop.
Meanwhile, get a new exhaust gasket from a motorcycle parts shop for the pipe, and bolt it back to its original place.
Hondas and other cars have their seat belts guaranteed for life. Call your local Nissan repair shop and see if this is so. If so, they shouldn't charge you a dime. I bought a very old used Honda once, the seat belt broke, and I got a brand new one installed for nothing.
Hey Mj, you seem to know your stuff--it sounds like the drive belt broke. You can get a repair manual on amazon for approx. $15 plus shipping. It would be a great help w/ pictures and how to maintain and fix the scooter. But if you're going to dump it, u probably shouldn't invest in it. I don't know the exact model you have, but belts seem to run $20 and up. Unfortunately I don't know how difficult it is to replace. I'm sure it"s a $100 fix @ the shop. Good Luck! countrycurt0