You generally won’t see high temperatures in Western Washington in the mid-50sF in December. But I will take them, especially when there’s no chance of rain.
I’ll be spending the next few weeks house- and dog-sitting. And while I’m at it, I get something else to look after.
The press release from Piaggio, dated November 7, was just one paragraph:
“With regard to a report about the Piaggio Group published this morning in the Corriere della Sera, the company categorically denies that it has any plans to transfer its headquarters. The suggestion in the newspaper is wholly false and has no basis in fact. The company will take all possible steps for its protection.”
On the heels of U.K. scooter maker Scomadi announcing the beginning of production (in China) of the 50cc version of its Lambretta-inspired scooter comes word that dealers have been appointed in the United Kingdom.
Needless to say, this has the international scooter universe buzzing about when sales might begin in continental Europe and the U.S. While the company has not announced what plans it might have along this line, I’ve had some thoughts about what I’d do if I were Scomadi, which you can see after the jump.