I really want to do this but i worry my Vespa ET2 is too weak to handle such a ride.
Answer by RICHARD C
YES SHOULD BE OK RIDING CAREFULLY WITH PLENTY OF STOPS
Answer by vergavibrar
The motor scooter can probably make it, but that sounds suicidal for you, to me.
Answer by david c
yeh.take a picnic,good luck
So I live in a downstairs flat in London, and a guy who used to live upstairs about 4 years ago. He has left a Vespa in our front garden (which we own) and we can’t get hold of him. I want to sell it because nobody is using it (and for the money..) is this okay (legal) to do seeing as it has been there for a very long time without an owner?
Answer by civil_av8r
Are Vespas titled and registered in London? If so, then technically you cannot take possession of it. If they are not titled and registered then you have to check and see what London’s property abandonment laws are. I think you would be okay if you sold it there is not title or registration on it.
Answer by Harlequin
It never becomes yours. Things don’t work that way. Unless the actual owner gave the Vespa to you, it remains his property until it escheats to the government. Mere presence on your property is insufficient. In some jurisdictions, you can remove the Vespa from your property and put it into storage. Then, after making substantial efforts to notify the owner, you can sell the Vespa to the highest bidder to pay the storage charges. I don’t know whether this can be done in your jurisdiction.