According to Indian, the problem stems from some of the fuel-plate assemblies not drawing fuel from the lowest portion of the tank. We’re told that future Scout owners have no need to worry about this fueling issue and that an updated fuel-plate assembly is already in production. The preproduction Scouts, however, are still waiting for the updated assembly, so I’ll be eyeing my tripmeter and filling up early until the Fleet Center can make the necessary repairs. Our Scout is also overdue for its first service, which will also have to be handled at the Indian fleet center since dealer parts departments do not have Scout oil filters in stock yet. Hopefully I’ll be able to take care of everything in one shot very soon then get out for a good, long ride.