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People this is a scooter. The problem is that your idle screw on the Carb needs adjustment. The idle screw can be adjusted with a Philips screw driver. Follow your throttle cable to the carb. You'll see a screw that pushes a pulley down raising your rpms. This will lower your idle causing the rpms to drop and since your scooter transmission is propelled my higher RPMs the bike will stop thrusting you forward when you stop at red lights.
Operate the dimmer switch--does one beam come on? Check inside the headlight shell and examine the wiring from the lamp socket into the handlebar and main harness wiring. If individual connectors, check that the colors match at each connector. If you can't find any problem, then the wiring is mis-connected. Make sure the lamp socket is connected to ground.