In India, the adoption of electronic bicycles is growing steadily. Consider electric scooters that can be driven without a license.
There are a lot of scooters and bicycles on Indian roads. Although most of them are based on gasoline / diesel, the new electric scooters have had a positive impact. Despite a few faulty installations and fires, many electronic bicycles are on the roads of India. Due to rising fuel prices, we will probably see more electric scooters. The government also plans to reduce the cost of new equipment. In addition, there are at least 6 great electric scooters that can be ridden without a driver’s license.
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In India, all two-wheeled vehicles require a driver’s license. However, there are many electronic scooters that do not require registration. This mainly includes low-speed electronic bicycles. According to the Central Motor Vehicle Regulations (CMVR), it is not necessary to register an electric bicycle or an electronic bicycle with a power of less than 250 W and a maximum speed of less than 25 km / h. Therefore, these vehicles can be driven on the road without a valid driver’s license. Consider electric scooters that can be driven without a license:
Electric scooters can be ridden without a driver’s license
Hero Electric Optima E5
The electric scooter is powered by a 250 cc electric hub motor. It comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, telescopic front forks and a monochrome with drum brakes on two wheels. The set of batteries installed on the floor board (lithium-ion / lead acid) can be fully charged in 4-5 hours. Its speed is 55 km / h and maximum speed is 42 km / h.
Joy E-bike Monster
The mini-bike is powered by a 250 kW hub engine. The set of lithium-ion batteries offers a range of 75 km. It costs 1,10,000 rupees. The Joy E-bike Monster comes with features such as a digital instrument console, inverted forks, a monochrome and alloy wheels. There are disc brakes on both ends.
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This electric scooter was made by AMO Electric Bikes. It comes with features such as front disc brakes, alloy wheels, side support sensor and electronic auxiliary braking system. Jaunty Fiesty costs 60,210 rupees. It is powered by a 249 W electric motor. Its speed is 75 km / h and maximum speed is 25 km / h. The 60 V / 26 Ah battery can be fully charged in 6 hours.
Hero Electric Flash E2
The available electric scooter is powered by a 250 watt electric motor mounted on a hub. It is powered by a 48-volt 28Ach lithium-ion battery. Hero Electric Flash E2 offers a speed of 25 km per hour and weighs only 69 kg. Its starting price is 59,099 rupees.
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This electric scooter was made by AMO Electric Bikes. It comes with features such as an electronic auxiliary braking system, stylish headlights and alloy wheels. The Jaunty Pro is powered by a 249W electric motor. Its speed is 75 km / h and maximum speed is 25 km / h. The battery can be fully charged in 6 hours.
HOP LEO and HOP LYF
Both electric scooters are powered by lithium-ion batteries that provide a range of 70-125 km when fully charged. There is also a reverse gear for easy parking inside the parking lot. Additional features include parking assistance, a side support sensor, USB charging, remote control key, anti-theft alarm, anti-theft wheel lock, GPS and internet connection.