Diamo Makes Summer Travel Affordable; 60 MPG Plus Free Gas For One Year Yield Huge Fuel Savings

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Diamo USA is giving drivers freedom to “Go Places” this summer. Today, the company announced that it is renewing the gas promotion it pioneered in 2005. Diamo USA will provide buyers one free year of gasoline with the sale of every 2006 Diamo scooter and motorcycle.

Diamo USA is giving drivers freedom to “Go Places” this summer. Today, the company announced that it is renewing the gas promotion it pioneered in 2005. Diamo USA will provide buyers one free year of gasoline with the sale of every 2006 Diamo scooter and motorcycle.

Scot Steffy, Diamo USA national sales director, said, “Drivers don’t have to feel guilty or discouraged any more. Our products provide a stylish and powerful transportation alternative that is easy on the wallet.”

All Diamo scooters and motorcycles are equipped with ample storage space that enables riders to easily commute to work, school and run errands. With most Diamo brand scooters and motorcycles averaging 60 miles per gallon, frustrated drivers no longer have to dig deep into their wallets to get around – or out of – town.

Thirty-seven percent of consumers say gasoline prices are so high they are looking at replacing their current vehicles with more fuel-efficient vehicles, mainly hybrid models, according to the latest Consumer Reports Auto Pulse Survey conducted this month. Diamo motorcycles and scooters have ample space and power for both a rider and passenger as well as personal items, making these vehicles an ideal transportation alternative.

Industry trends indicate that Americans flock to motorcycles and scooters each time gas prices peak. There should be more motorcycles and scooters on the road than ever before given the trends in gas prices and AAA’s predictions for summer travel. According to AAA, more Americans are planning to hit the road this summer compared to last summer, even though gas prices are, on average, 76 cents higher per gallon than last year.

When gas prices spiked a year ago, Diamo offered a promotion that was focused specifically on the Diamo Velux, the only scooter in the United States to sport a fully retractable convertible top. The convertible top of the Velux provides riders with protection, permitting people to drive their Velux year round in most climates. Diamo USA is now extending the popular promotion to the entire Diamo motorcycle and scooter product line, offering customers greater choice to suit their individual tastes and needs.

Diamo USA backs up their products with one of the strongest warranties in the industry and is the only company offering a 100% parts guarantee (see http://www.diamousa.com for details, information and images). Dealers are located in all 50 states.

About LS Motorsports, L.L.C

Founded in 2003, LS MotorSports, L.L.C. is the exclusive importer of Diamo scooters and motorcycles, one of the fastest growing recreational product lines in the USA. The Diamo brand was founded on the desire to bring exciting and reliable products to the US market.

The company's warehouses and dealerships extend across the United States. With administrative offices in Sugar Land, TX, the company's product line has grown to encompass vehicles, parts and accessories.

About the Promotion:

The free gasoline offer is valid with the purchase of a 2006 model Diamo purchased through an Authorized Diamo Dealer. Limit one free gas card per customer. Value of $200 based on average fuel rating of 70mpg times the current average gas price of $3.00 per gallon resulting in more than 4600 miles of travel (average scooter/motorcycle mileage per year estimated at 4500 miles). Availability may vary by state. Offer valid for a limited time. Some restrictions may apply. Please inquire for details. LS Motorsports may extend or cancel the promotion at any time.

Please Note: 300 DPI color photos and company backgrounder are available. Please call Kathryn Simons (512) 567-5819.

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