The original scooter on the street is, yes, the Vespa. The name "Vespa," which means "wasp" in Italian, is derived from its distinctive rear view. Many of you may know it as the scooter that Hepburn used to dash across the screen in "Roman Holiday.
In 1948, the Vespa 98 made its debut, and quickly became a popular scooter for many people, and not just as a replacement for a wheelchair. The Vespa Club ITALIA was formed in Italy at that time by people who loved the Vespa, which could be called the original scooter.
This is an emblem sticker of the Italian club that loves Vespa, Italy's beloved wasp.