Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Driving license (DL) is not required for these electric scooters, starting price less than 40,000

Driving is a very special experience, but many times people are deprived of this experience due to lack of license. If this is the case with you too, then there is no need to worry about it. Yes, there are many such vehicles in the country, for which you do not need a driving license (DL) to drive. At present, the demand for electric scooters has increased rapidly in the country and there are more than one option available in this segment.

Today in this article we will tell you about those economical electric scooters which are not only low in price but also provide better driving range. The most important thing about these electric scooters is that you neither need a driving license nor vehicle registration to operate them, so let’s know about these electric scooters-

1. Hero Electric Flash LX:

Hero Electric is the country’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer. It is important to note here that this has nothing to do with Hero MotoCorp. The company’s Flash LX can be a better option for you. In this, the company has used an electric motor of 250W capacity and a battery pack of 51.2V / 30Ah capacity. According to the information given on the company’s official website, neither driving license nor registration is required for this scooter. It has a top speed of 25 km/h and a driving range of 85 km/h. It takes 4 to 5 hours for full charge.

Price: Rs 56,940 (ex-showroom, Delhi)
Driving range: 85 kms

2. Lohia Oma Star Li:

Presented by Lohia Motors, the Oma Star Lee is the next scooter on our list. With the top speed being 25 kmph, there is no need for documents like license and registration for this too. It has a 250W electric motor and 30Ah battery pack. The company claims that this scooter gives a maximum driving range of up to 100 km and it takes around 3 hours to fully charge. It has hydraulic telescopic suspension with drum brakes.

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Price: Rs 51,750 (ex-showroom, Delhi)
Driving Range: 100kms

ampere reo

3. Ampere Reo Elite:

Ampere Vehicles is basically a brand of Greaves and the company has been successfully selling electric vehicles in the domestic market for a long time. The company recently launched Reo Elite. It has a battery pack of 48V-27Ah capacity. With a top speed of 25 kmph, this scooter gives a driving range of up to 60 kms in a single charge. It takes 8 to 10 hours for its battery to be fully charged. The scooter comes in a total of 4 colours, which include Glossy Black, Glossy White, Glossy Red, Glossy Blue. The company gives 1 year warranty on its battery.

Price: Rs 43,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)
Driving Range: 60kms

4. Detel Easy Plus:

This is the cheapest electric scooter on our list. Detel recently launched its most affordable electric moped, the Easy Plus. Interested customers can book this electric moped through the company’s official website for just Rs 1,999 (token amount). The company claims that this electric moped has the best ground clearance of 170MM. A battery pack of 48V and 20Ah capacity has been used in this. The battery is mounted under the seat. According to the information given on the company’s official website, this vehicle gives a driving range of up to 60 km in a single charge.

Price: Rs 39,999 (without GST)
Driving Range: 60kms

Note: Here the prices of vehicles have been given as per ex-showroom Delhi. Apart from this, the driving range is based on the information given on the official website of the company. In general, the range of electric vehicles depends on the driving style, the load to be carried and the road conditions. So variation is possible.

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