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Electric mopeds are very similar to their petrol fuelled counterparts however they are powered by an electric motor through a rechargeable battery.
This means they are not only incredibly cheap to run but easy to maintain and of course Environmentally friendly! But above all else they are great fun!
NIU Electric mopeds are L1e vehicle category the same as standard 50cc/125cc petrol mopeds.
NIU’s Electric mopeds are designed for anyone looking for a new exciting, quick and cost effective way of travelling. Our scooters are perfect for the everyday urban commute and beating congestion! NIU mopeds are also being used commercially for courier and delivery work.
No you don’t. The battery can be removed. All NIU models can be charged using a standard 13 amp domestic plug socket.
Yes, NIU scooters are fully road legal in the UK.
Just like the petrol equivalent, you can ride and electric scooter at 16years of age.
A valid provisional or full driving license covering mopeds or motorcycles is required.
If you obtained your full driving license before 1st February 2001 you do not need to complete a CBT If you obtained your full driving license on or after the 1st of February 2001 then CBT is required , you can then ride your scooter without L plates If you have a provisional license and have sat your CBT test then you must display L plates until you qualify for a full license.
CBT can be completed in 1 day at costs around £100.
You will find us at 74 Dalry Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2AY