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EVT Scooters Sidcup

Scooters are an eco-friendly, cost-saving mode of transportation that many people are turning to as an alternative to owning a car. Read through the following articles to learn more about EVT scooters and find local companies and providers who can help you find what you’re looking for.

Aye Gee Motorcycles Ltd
0208 856 4273
211-219 Bellegrove Road
Welling
 
Metropolis (Greenwich)
020 8293 0095
150-152 Trafalgar Road,Greenwich
London
 
21St Moto
01322 666565
London Road
Swanley
 
Sidcup Motor Cycle Tyres
020-8300-8668
15-17 Alma Road
Sidcup
 
Southern Rider Training Ltd.
020-8302-3311
152 Maidstone Road
Sidcup
 
Aye Gee Motorcycle Limited
0208 856 4273
5 Bellegrove Parade
Welling
 
Vic Eastwood
01322-669469
London Road
Swanley
 
E.C. Bate
01322 220748
52 West Hill
Dartford
 
Garozzo Motorcycles Ltd.
020-8303-1811
19-20 Wellington Parade
Sidcup
 
Garozzo Motorcycles Ltd.
020-8303-1811
19-20 Wellington Parade
Sidcup
 

EVT 168

A scooter that uses no petrol, runs virtually silent and can kill you with a bolt of pure lightning... like some sort of ninja, wizard camel that comes to kill you in the dead of night... This I have to ride!

Ok I made up the lightning business but I did eventually get the chance to spend a few days riding the EVT electric scooter, and I my first impressions are good, it’s like no scooter I have ever ridden before. The first thing that got me is there is no start button or kick start. Put the key in and turn it one click to the right, nothing happens - there is no idle - but she's ready to go. Then turn the throttle and silently move off down the road. It looks just like a normal scooter, there are brakes, wheels, everything seems to be where it should be, I don't have to spend hours learning to ride it. In fact, it’s hard to tell any difference… Well the exhaust pipe is missing but not too many riders will miss that. The model tested is designed to compete within the 50cc scooter market. It produces 2kw just like most of the 50cc models but the EVT does this with zero emissions (near the rider) via a series of four sealed lead-acid batteries mounted under the seat.



The scooter is almost silent, the only sound is a quiet electric whirrr when you get up some speed, but the noise of the wind is about the same volume. The actual motor is mounted inside the rear wheel. This placement leaves enough space under the seat for the batteries, but there are so many that all the under seat storage is used. Thankfully a rear box is available (although at an extra cost) for your helmet and other storage needs. Also included hidden away under the seat is the charging unit, including (of course) a small power cable to plug into any standard electrical outlet you can find.


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