Manufacturer for Mountain Electric Bicycle (TDE-035B) Wholesale to Bahamas
Manufacturer for Mountain Electric Bicycle (TDE-035B) Wholesale to Bahamas Detail:
|Motor||250W High speed brushless DC motor|
|Battery||36V,8AH Li-ion battery|
|Charge||AC 110V-240V 50/60HZ|
|Performance & Main components|
|Max.speed||25km/h (EU) or 32km/h(USA&Canada)|
|Tyres||KENDA 26 “×1.95|
|Front fork||hydraulic suspension|
|Brake||Fornt disk brake / Rear V-brake|
|N.W/G.W||24/28.5 KGS (with 36V,10AH Li-ion battery)|
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This has to be one of the most bizarre things I have ever witnessed; coming up to an electric scooter (limited to 8mph) on a road with plenty of blind corners and of course a 60mph speed limit.
Reading of the British DVLA legislation shows this to be completely legal for a Class 3 Invalid Carriage (transport for disabled in effect) to be allowable at up 8mph on roads that are non-dual carriageways. However, in my opinion this is absolutely bonkers and far beyond sensible due to how easily an accident could occur with the speed differential of a car arriving from behind. What do you make of the whole thing?
Info on the rules here: https://www.direct.gov.uk/en/DisabledPeople/HealthAndSupport/Equipment/DG_179937
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All feedback is appreciated! Thanks for watching, Tim
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