That could be the definition of sucks.When it is cold and/or rainy, I usually take Boyfriend's car to work, but today he is taking our cat to the vet. My scooter requires 3-5 minutes to warm up before riding or it will stall out when stopped (unless I'm very careful with braking and keeping the engine revved). Without fail, I stall out at least once on the ride to or from work on rainy days, and it takes a minute to get going again (doesn't start up on the first try, have to flick the power switch on and off a bunch of times till it'll catch). It's embarrassing and frustrating, especially when I get honked at. Getting honked at in a car is not so bad, but on the scooter, I just feel vulnerable.
Most annoying part is I had this looked at last fall and the shop (store I bought it from) replaced the ignition switch and called it fixed, also said they didn't have issues, but it's because they let it run and didn't ride it immediately! Not much I can do about it now since the first year of the warranty is almost up and I don't have the time/transportation to deal with getting it back there till they fix it.
Right, this all started out on a grip about not being able to park close to the door so I could keep on eye on the scooter while it warms up. So the ride home will consist of stalling out and careful revving because I don't want to sit and watch it warm up before I leave.