More and more people are discovering these days that two wheels are better than four.
Motorists in the Wiregrass have been switching to scooters and motorcycles.
"I think I've filled up once and it was about $12 dollars and you know, when you're spending $60-$70 bucks to fill up your car, it makes a big difference," says Jessica Chavers-Hill.
She is one of many motorists in the Wiregrass switching to scooters and motorcycles as an alternative way of transportation, and she's not the only one benefiting from the switch.
Chris Horton said, "Sales are up without a doubt; they're doing well and I can't complain at all."
Horton is the owner of Cell Mart in Dothan and has been selling scooters for the past year. He says with the rising gas prices, filling up a scooter is not as painful.
Some people may be a little apprehensive about the scooters, but Horton says they’re actually just like any regular seat. He explains, “It’s like sitting down on a chair, basically because you're not having to crawl over an engine, they're quite, got brakes, just give it gas and go.”
Chuck Parrish with Power Sports World says motorcycles are also zooming out the room.
"This is our third set that we got in two weeks and most of this right here is pretty sold," said Parrish, proving, two wheeled vehicles like Hill's, are quickly taking over the roads.
There is a special license required to operate a scooter or motorcycle.
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