Although the Yager has been called an entry-level scooter, beginners could have problems navigating because of its size, a hefty 308 pounds. They also may not be ready to handle freeway riding on the Yager, since it is capable of going more than 70 mph on its 174.5 cc engine. Once newbies get some riding under their belts, however, this picture should change. Riders say the 2010 Yager GT 200i is a solid, dependable ride that will get you where you want to go. The 2.9-gallon gas tank can go as far as 200 miles; the scooter has a trip-meter to keep track of miles between fill-ups. The gas gauge is divided into four sections, with a section going dark when a quarter tank of gas is used up. It has a remote fuel door release. Available with both electric- and kick- starts, the Yager has an anti-theft cover for the ignition switch.