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Hi all,


does anyone have any info on three wheel bikes ? I understand that there's a particular model, I think the Piaggio MP3. Does anyone know the price ? Also, the peugeot one seems pretty good, anyone knows if it's available here ?


Thanks, any advice appreciated

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peugeot bikes are not available in singapore.

for the 3 wheels scoots, comes in 2 branding, the Piaggio and the Gilera. but both are from Piaggio. the MP3 from Piaggio comes in 125cc & 250cc. the Fouco from Gilera comes in 500cc only.

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got this kind of bike in sg?


looks like a bike with a toilet bowl as a seat..





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I've read somewhere that Piaggio MP3 trikes can be ridden on a normal car license, bike license not necessary, due to the distance between the 2 front wheels. Anyone know if this is true for Singapore? I've rang a couple of dealers here and they don't seem to think it's true, as effectively it is still a bike rather than a car, so a bike license would still be needed.





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i heard bout tat news in UK,but i doubt singapore government will allow tat.. Singapore bike license need to go through class 2B, one year later class 2A, then eventually then can take class 2.. i dun think singapore government will allow class 3 holders to ride a bike juz like tat..

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If it's considered as car, then need to buy car COE @ $18k. You still want?


Ya, super agree wid u. even machine price $1. its gg to cost a bomb!

Rd tax n insurance also must charge car, erp also car rate which is double of bike rate. sometimes, $1, $1.50 or $2.

car park season for mscp also must charge $90 per mth. shoppin mall carpark charge also must charge hourly like car. tear coupons also must tear car ones. $1 per hr.

But best thing is, dun need wear helmet, cos is car mah!

consider cabriolet. but the top can never be retract.

Still wan?

I LOVE my R1!!!:shades:

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