If you have never ridden before then I recommend getting something small, used and cheap. You will not have any idea of what will or will not work for you until you get some actual riding experience. You can learn on a cheap scooter, then after 6 months or so you can sell it at little or no loss and get what you really want. There are a lot of variables that you won't even consider until you have some riding experience. For example, different scooters have different riding positions. Some may bother your back, others may bother your knees. Some people are bothered by poor wind protection, some aren't. Some people prefer smaller lighter scooters (bigger is not always better), some prefer big, heavy and stable. Some other things to consider; ABS or no ABS?, linked brakes? (I won't buy anything with linked brakes). Do you even know what linked brakes are? Big wheels or small wheels? Everyone is different but you will have no idea of what will work for you if you don't have some riding experience. Make your mistakes on something cheap, not on something like a Burgman or Silverwing.