Top 6 Electric Scooters You Can Ride Without Driving Licence

The adoption of e-bikes in India has been growing steadily. Let’s take a look at the electric scooters you can drive without a license.

Indian roads have a large number of scooters and bikes. While most of these are petrol/ diesel based, there has been a positive response to the new electric scooters. Despite several faulty units and fire incidents, there are many e-bikes running on the Indian roads. With increasing fuel prices, we are likely to see more and more electric scooters. The government is also planning to bring down the prices of new units. Additionally, there are at least 6 great Electric Scooters you can ride without driving licence.

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electric scooters you can ride without driving licence
Top 6 electric scooters you can ride without a driving license

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In India, all petrol-powered two-wheelers require a driver’s license. However, there are many e-scooters that don’t need registration. This includes mostly low-speed e-bikes. As per the Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR), an electric bicycle or E-bike with a less than 250 watts power output and less than 25 kmph a top speed does not need to be registered. Therefore, these vehicles can be driven on the road without a valid driver’s license. Let’s take a look at some electric scooters you can drive without a license:

Electric Scooters You Can Ride Without Driving Licence

Hero Electric Optima E5

The electric scooter is powered by a 250cc electric hub motor. It comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, telescopic front forks, and a mono-shock with drum brakes on both wheels. The floorboard-mounted battery pack (lithium-ion/ lead-acid) can be fully charged in 4-5 hours. It has a range of 55 km/charge and a max speed of 42 kmph.

Joy E-bike Monster

The mini-bike is powered by a 250kW hub motor. The lithium-ion battery pack offers a range of 75km. It is priced at Rs 1,10,000. The Joy E-bike Monster comes with features like a digital instrument console, upside-down forks, mono-shock, and alloy wheels. There are also disc brakes at both ends.

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Jaunty Fiesty

This electric scooter is made by AMO Electric Bikes. It comes with features like a front disc brake, alloy wheels, a side stand sensor, and an electronic assisted braking system. The Jaunty Fiesty is priced at Rs 60,210. It is powered by a 249 W electric motor. It has a range of 75 km/charge and a max speed of 25 kmph. The 60 V/26 Ah battery can be fully charged in 6 hours.

Hero Electric Flash E2

Hero Electric Flash E2
Hero Electric Flash E2

The affordable electric scooter is powered by a hub-mounted 250-watt electric motor. It is backed by a 48-volt 28Ah lithium-ion battery. The Hero Electric Flash E2 offers a top speed of 25 kmph and weighs just 69 kilograms. It comes with a starting price of Rs 59,099.

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Jaunty Pro

This electric scooter is made by AMO Electric Bikes. It comes with features like an electronic assisted branking system, stylish headlamps, and alloy wheels. The Jaunty Pro is powered by a 249 W electric motor. It has a range of 75 km/charge and a max speed of 25 kmph. The battery can be fully charged in 6 hours.

HOP LEO and HOP LYF

Both EV scooters are powered by Li-ion batteries which offer a range of 70 to 125 km on a full charge. There is also reverse gear for an easy park in-park out. Additional features include automatic parking assistance, a side stand sensor, USB charging, remote key, anti-theft alarm, anti-theft wheel lock, GPS, and internet connectivity.

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