New scooters now available on Saipan

Scoot Saipan has imported a shipment of gorgeous 150cc scooters for sale to the public.

Scooters are an affordable, efficient way to travel and a sensible choice for our island.

The Ves 150 scooters on offer from Scoot Saipan are adequately powered for all of Saipan’s hills and achieve fuel efficiency of greater than 70 miles per gallon.

Scooters are available in white, red, and black. The $1,900 price tag includes a helmet and trunk). Similar models in Guam cost over $3,000!

For more information, contact Jeremy Seelinger Devey at 670-989-4473 or visit

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  • duizang

    I remember years ago much problems with the small mopeds causing traffic problems and many injuries involving the rentals.
    While I am not against “free enterprise”, with the present traffic congestion and other incidents involving “tourist drivers” I suspect that these “scooters” may “piss off” many drivers and cause confrontational problems.
    Also due to the engine size aren’t these required to have be licensed,and insured along with the drivers being required to have a drivers license with a motorcycle endorsement?

    These same size 150 cc motorcycles are what causes much traffic problems in many places around Asia and in some places banned from the cities and certain.
    I see these fitted with side cars around the Phil. carry passengers for hire.
    You can buy these motors there for about 1000 Peso ($20 US) down and 2500 P ($50 US) month for two years.

    This is good mileage and price though. I am curious if they need to be DOT approved.

    • Scoot Saipan

      Thank you for your interest in our scooters. You are correct that anyone wishing to purchase a scooter of this displacement needs to have a CNMI driver’s license, obtain insurance, and register their scooter with BMV after purchase. Our scooters (and helmets!) and met all U.S. DOT safety and emissions requirement.

      • duizang

        Thank you for your reply, I do honestly wish you the best of luck in this venture though.
        BTW, something maybe for you to check and clarify, AND, I would get it in writing from the proper authority, is the question on carrying a passenger on these bikes. I vaguely remember that it may have had to do with the CC rating.

        Years ago that seemed to be a matter of opinion, depending on the cops own interpretation, (along with helmets) this was a cause for cops ticketing on occasion.
        My limited knowledge on these small cycle is due to a friend in the past attempting to get into this as a sideline for his wife at that time with sales and rentals. (they also financed in house)

        Many of the CW bought these as a mode of transport and many were ticketed for carrying their workmate, although inconsistent as is the norm with any enforcement in the CNMI
        Also, as another commented, “driving etiquette, with people running these operators off the road, especially tourist on the rentals.

        Again I wish you luck and would be interested in periodic posted update on this new business venture as these small types of business, other than large Chinese owned, is what is needed in the CNMI.

        • CNMI Lawyer

          § 5702. Passengers on Motorcycles, Motor Scooters, and Mopeds.
          It is unlawful for an operator of a motorcycle, motor scooter, or moped on a highway to carry any other person on it, unless on a seat securely fastened to the machine in the rear of the operator and provided with foot rests and hand grips or in a side car attached to a motorcycle, motor scooter, or moped and designed for the purpose of carrying a passenger.

          9 CMC § 5702.

          Thus, whether a passenger is permitted depends on the motor scooter being equipped with seat, foot rests, and hand grips.

  • Kaduku KriticfromKagman

    scooters are extremely dangerous given the lack of driver etiquette here on saipan

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