Born in Italy after the World War II, classic scooters were originally introduced as a cheap transportation. Today, contemporary scooters are widespread valued vehicle. It is understandable why Italian manufacturers such as Vespa, Aprilia and Piaggio are the biggest and most popular scooter producers, but Japanese companies Yamaha and Suzuki are worthy rivals as well. First scooters - the Vespa models are based on the revolutionary Vespa technology, implementing the advanced tooling of Piaggio. Nowadays, classic scooters are the result of the struggle of the best engineers to ensure the highest standards and emissions control. Classic mopeds incorporate comfort, safety, style and elegance. They feature powerful engines, reliable brakes, exclusive suspension, sleek fairings and tubular steel frames. Additional comfort is provided through adjustable backrest and spacious carrier case. Models such as Aprilia SR 50 Street, Aprilia SR Max 125, Aprilia Atlantic 300, Aprilia SRV 850, Vespa GT 150, Vespa ET 4 125, Piaggio Fly 150, Piaggio BV 350, Piaggio MP3 500 and Yamaha BV 50 have become legendary in the world of scooters.