Yes you can, but the scooter should be running. The accessory plug only works with the ignition on (at least on my 650). So the combined drain of headlights, taillights, fuel pump, ignition, etc in addition to the draw of the air pump - lead me to believe that you're much better off with the engine running & the battery being charged. Of course you'd want to set the hand brake to keep that rear wheel from spinning...Ted White said:Pauljo:
I've been plugging my electric tire pump into my VW Passat, which is parked two feet from the Burgie.
Just wondered: Can I plug it into the Burgie's cigarette lighter sized power take off in its glove compartment?