- Road Tax: ZERO
- Co2 Emissions: ZERO
- Max. Speed: 28 mph (45 kph)
- Range Per Charge: up to 31 miles (50 km)
- Rated Motor power (W): 1200W DC Brushless Motor
- Consume/100km: ≤1.8 kw/h
- Battery Type: 60V/20Ah Lead Acid Battery
- Charging Input: 110V/220V 50-60 Hz
- Charging Time: 6 - 8 hours
- Charging Cost: Approx. £0.20p (full)
- Outlet Required: Standard UK 3 Pin Socket
- Overall Measurements (cm): 174L x 73W x 110H
- Net Weight (no battery): 67 kg
- Battery Weight (kg): 35 kg
- Max. Loading: 150 kgs
- Brake System (Front/Rear): Disc Brake/Disc Brake
- Regen. Braking: Yes
- Tyre Size: 3.0” x 10” Tubeless
- Hill-ability: 12゜ (25%)
- Under Seat Storage Capacity: 15 Litres
- Bluetooth and USB: N/A
- Colours Available: BLUE/RED/BLACK
- Warranty: 12 Months
UK Licence Requirements for Mopeds and Moped Scooters
The way moped entitlements are shown on your licence have changed, but you still need to be 16 to ride one.
If you have a car driving licence – You can ride a moped (up to 50cc or 7.2kw if electric) without L Plates and without taking the CBT in some situations.
If you passed your driving test BEFORE 1st February 2001 - You can ride a moped (up to 50cc or 7.2kw if electric) without L Plates. You don’t need to take a CBT course or take the full motorcycle test.
If you passed your driving test AFTER 1st February 2001 - You must complete a compulsory basic training (CBT) course to activate your full moped licence.
If you have a valid CBT certificate when you pass your car driving test, it activates your full moped licence immediately.
You can then ride a moped (up to 50cc or 7.2kw if electric) without L Plates.
You don’t need to take the full motorcycle driving test.
You can ride mopeds for as long as your car driving licence lasts.
If you don’t have a licence - You must first get a provisional licence and complete your CBT. You can then ride a moped with L Plates.