Motor up!

Motor up!

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With the torrential monsoons and harsh sunrays in Cambodia, it’s no wonder motor vehicles look weather-beaten in no time.

These days, refurbishing your bike to look like the latest model is easy. When it comes to giving your set of wheels a fresh coat of paint, there are cheap options.

“In my shop, we can transform the look of any motorbike,” said Sok Kim, a shop owner. “Customers can spend between $50 and $150 depending on how much repair and re-decoration such as new stickers and paint is required.”

Bike-riders can choose to upgrade to the latest range of motorbikes and enjoy one year’s warranty on colour protection, she added.

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