Whether your scooter is powered by a, two-stroke motor or four-stroke motor, it relies on oil to lubricate its internal moving components. This requires your scooter to contain a certain amount of oil, that if left to diminish will create premature engine wear. Most scooter manufacturers have provided amenities to help you check the oil level.
Start the motor and let it warm up to provide an accurate reading of the oil level. Turn the motor off once the scooter has warmed up.
Lift the scooter into an upright, vertical position. Place the scooter on its center stand, if it is equipped.