Italian-made Vespa Piaggio built. If you've seen old movies of the 60 European Community guarantee you I've seen in these creations. Over the years evolved from a single model Vespa scooter for a wide range of scooters that will satisfy even the pickiest consumers.
Vespa has been a great success since its first release of the assembly line. But now they are best known for painting, unibody sheet steel compartment that houses the complete engine. Flat cardboard to keep your feet and a prominent front fairing (mainly used for protection against the wind).
In 1940, the Vespa has been used mainly for soldiers in World War II. USA enjoyed these scooters because they are useful for getting around the defense of Nazi tactics to destroy roads and bridges in the Dolomites (a section of the Alps) and the Austrian border areas.
With gas prices today, it is not surprising that the Vespa scooters are so popular after so many years of service. Commuters are looking for something different to entertain their weekends, and for commuters who are tired of filling their gas guzzlers. Over the years, vespas even begun to move away from American society, but fast forward to this day and time. Equipped with two new models that are environmentally friendly and fuel-efficient Vespa Piaggio built back in the U.S. in 2000. ET2 model replaced the usual mineral oil with synthetic oil, which means they emit less smoke while driving. This model can reach 40 km / h and can get up to 60 miles per gallon.