I just got back from a long ride and I took my Elite 150 on the major interstate for the first time. I have ridden on parts of interstates, but they've all been 2 lane 55 MPH ones. You know what? I am REALLY surprised at how well the scooter kept up. It got up to 65 MPH just fine. I stayed in the right lane the whole time and felt pretty safe. It was actually very stable and wasn't blown around that much. Anyways, I noticed I was going with the flow of about 90% of the traffic. A few cars were going buy in the commuter lane but everyone else was around my pace. I never got on the major busy interstate because I thought it wouldn't keep up well and piss of cagers. But it was fine! I even brought it down to around 58 MPH and it was fine! I was still at around the same speed as the right and near right lane. I wander if traffic is slowing down due to high fuel prices? I remember riding other bikes on the highway I'd have to keep it at around 75 MPH most of the time or I'd be getting tailgated and passed constantly. Next time I ride the highway I'll take a video as well and post it on my thread. But it was actually pretty fun! Felt a little small, but actually quite stable!