Advantages

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The almost silent and stealthy operational characteristics of electric vehicles are a significant advantage for policing and patrolling operations and offer an increased range of usages than gas vehicles.  Electric vehicles are used all over the world and are robust and reliable. Here are some of the benefits for different operations: Undercover – Electric vehicles allow […]

Savings

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The savings with riding electric are huge! In money, time and environmentally. How come I save so much? The concept is actually very simple. Electric scooters may be more expensive to buy outright, but the servicing, fuel and depreciation costs of petrol (petrol) scooters make them much more expensive to own. Electrics usually work out around 50% less for […]

Environment

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Care of the environment is an important consideration for us all. ewizz electric vehicles are zero emission, clean & energy efficient technology and running an electric vehicle is driving a cleaner and healthier future for us all. Emissions Although electric vehicles are zero emission technology that doesn’t mean there are not emission from using them. This […]

Range

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The average range specified with each bike is what most riders will achieve with medium paced smooth riding. For example, Volt N80 has a real world range of 120 km with a mix of driving speeds at around 50-90 km/h. If driven faster at around 110 km/h it will be more like 80 km and if driven […]

Maintenance

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EWIZZ electric electric scooters are much cheaper to run because there is a lot less servicing needed. They don’t have belts, chains, pistons or gears to wear out and no filters, spark plugs or oils to change and no valves or clutches to adjust. Running an EWIZZ electric scooter means great performance, almost free fuel, low […]

Charge

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Charging times from flat are between 4 to 8 hours depending on the charger and battery combination. The charging time is actually dependant on how much is left in the battery, or as we call it the “state of charge”, and the capability of the charger used. There are two types of charger : On-board, these are built […]