With AM cetegory. This only applies if the moped is a legal matter - i.e. if he has maximum speed not more than 45 km / h, and engine power of 4 kW. If its maximum speed is greater than 45 km / h or engine power is greater than 4 kW, then the AM category is not sufficient but A1, A2 or A category is required depending on the engine power and the engine power and vehicle mass ratio.
Let's see what the law says:
1) A1 - Motorcycles with an engine capacity of not more than 125 cm3 and engine power of up to 11 kW whose engine power and vehicle mass ratio is not greater than 0,1 kW / kg and heavy tricycles with a power rating not exceeding 15 kW,
2) A2 - Motorcycles whose engine power is not greater than 35 kW and whose engine power and vehicle mass ratio is not greater than 0,2 kW / kg,
3) A - Motorcycles and heavy tricycles with engine power exceeding 15 kW,
The law here does not distinguish between electric and classic motors - the power of the engine is regarded, regardless of whether it's an electric motor or a classical engine.
An electric scooter (moped) must be registered every year. The procedure is the same as with a classic moped.
The first registration is about 5,500-7,000 dinars, depending on the price of the technical inspection and other "details".With the confirmation of the purchase of a "new" vehicle, the buyer is released from leaving for the first two technical reviews and thus the first registration can be cheaper. Each subsequent registration is cheaper, since license plates and traffic licenses are not paid.
These are two more reasons to check out which electric scooter and who you are buying from. If someone tells you that there is nothing to breaks on an electric scooter, you know that this is far from the truth. The fact that instead of a conventional engine has an electric motor, does not mean that it is immune to failures. There are all other parts and components that are the same or similar to electric and classic scooters. The fact that instead of a conventional engine has an electric motor, does not mean that it is immune to failures. There are all other parts and components that are the same or similar to electric and classic scooters.
So good check which manufacturer and model is the word. SunRa is a Chinese leader in the electric vehicle industry with annual production capacity of 4 million electric vehicles of various models.
If you find yourself in a situation where the scooter is broken, so you can not find a part for it or you can not get a guarantee, all the initial savings due to the low price can fall into the water. As with all other products, electric scooters of doubtful origin may have one characteristic on paper, and others in practice, from the capacity and durability of the battery, to the maximum speed.
It's an average 40-60 kilometers, but just like the fuel consumption of a classic engine depends on the driving style, and with electric scooters, the battery discharge speed depends on the speed you are moving, the acceleration rate, the weight of the driver (and passengers), the windbreak ... So, if every move is sharp accelerate or have a companion, count on a sensible reduction in autonomy or range - i.e. the number of kilometers you can switch from one charge to the battery. Insufficiently inflated tires also have an impact on the consumption of electricity.
The legal limit is 45 km / h, so almost everyone has a maximum speed of just 45 km / h.
It depends on the type and capacity of the battery, and how much it is discharged - on average from 5 to 8 h. Of course, you do not have to wait for the battery to charge up to 100%. Keep in mind that the battery charge rate is not constant, but it changes depending on how much battery is charged.
Life expectancy depends on the type of battery, the number of charging and usage conditions, but also how we define the end of life. Namely, every battery in time, the capacity drops. If after three years the battery remains 70% of the original capacity, it can be said that it is time to replace it even though it can still be used. It depends on the owner when it will be replaced.
Some manufacturers define the life of the battery by the number of filling, and so do we - for example, 400 - 800 charge cycles. This does not mean that the battery is "finished" after charging 400 or 800 times.
The whole story about the batteries is quite complicated, so it can not be explained at all. First, it must be determined whether we are talking about lithium-ion or some other, there is then the sophistication of the system that controls the charge of the battery, which greatly affects its lifetime ...
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