The windshield really helped blocking the wind. Riding in the cold winter got a lot more tolerable.
I also added handle mitts, no more freezing hands for me. I also have a pair of heated handle grips for my scoot but I wont be installing it because the mitts does it's job well.
I also made an apron to block the wind from freezing my legs. The wind goes through the space between the handle cowl and the front cowl and it gets nasty cold on my legs and on my groin area after several minutes of riding. Buying a scooter apron is cheap but I have rolls of fake leather for making or repairing motorcycle seats so I decided to just make one for myself. These past few years I have been trying to learn how to sew so making my homemade scooter apron is a plus for me.
The lower pockets on the lower side of the apron is for putting stuffs or weights to prevent the apron from flipping upwards during higher speed.
My son and his friends told me that my winter mods made my scooter a granny scoot and they wouldn't borrow it. One time we went riding and they were all freezing on their bikes but they still said that my scoot is ugly and wouldn't touch it, HAHAHA!
Here are some photos: