Kenny, Good Luck for sure.
Many, if not most, Chinese companies start the warranty when they invoice you for the scooter, not when you sell it. Unless you plan on eating some of the warranty work, you'll have to keep track of the warranty status of each scooter as you sell it, this one has 6 months left, this one has 9 months left, etc.
When you have a warranty claim, many, if not most, Chinese companies expect you to take the part off the scooter, find your original receipt where you purchased the scooter (not the invoice to the end customer, the invoice from the distributor to the reseller) and then ship the broken part back to them. This leaves you with a broken scooter in the shop taking up space and a not happy customer. Half of the time, three weeks or so later, they ship the bad part back to you (UPS Ground) and say "NPF" - "No Problem Found".
Just an FYI.