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Who Can Ride an Artisan Electric Road Legal Scooter or Motorcycle?

Artisan road legal scooters can be ridden by anyone aged from 16. Our Artisan EV0 motorcycle can be ridden by anyone aged over 17.

Here are some guidelines as to who can ride an Artisan EV2000 Electric Scooter on the road.

Our scooters are restricted to 30mph, so the law treats it as a 30mph 50cc petrol moped / scooter. 

This list of eligible riders are:

  • A rider aged 16 and over with a provisional moped licence and a CBT (compulsory basic training certificate)
  • Anyone with a full car licence issued after Feb 1st 2001 and a CBT (compulsory basic training certificate)
  • Anyone with a full car licence issued before Feb 1st 2001
  • Anyone with any class of full motorcycle or moped driving licence

Other Requirements:

Riders must wear a helmet and the scooter needs to be registered, display a number plate and (once it’s three years old) an MOT.

Compulsory insurance

We'd also recommend cool looking protective clothing and gloves!

Passengers?

If you have passed a car or moped or motorbike driving test, you don't have to display L-Plates and can carry a passenger.

You do not need:

Road fund licence

Noisy, smelly expensive petrol!

Here are some further guidelines as to who can ride an Artisan EV0 Electric Motorcycle on the road.

Our Artisan EV0 motorcycles are categorised as A1, so the law treats it the same as a 125cc petrol motorcycle.

This list of eligible riders are:

A rider aged 17 and over with a provisional car/motorcycle licence and a CBT (compulsory basic training certificate)
Anyone with a full car licence issued after Feb 1st 2001 and a CBT (compulsory basic training certificate)
Anyone with a full car licence issued before Feb 1st 2001
Anyone with any class of full motorcycle driving licence.

Other Requirements:

Riders must wear a helmet and the motorcycle needs to be registered, display a number plate and (once it’s three years old) an MOT.

Compulsory insurance

We'd also recommend cool looking protective clothing and gloves!

Passengers?

If you have passed an A1 motorcycle driving test, you don't have to display L-Plates and can carry a passenger.

You do not need:

Road fund licence, electric motorcycles qualify for free road fund licence

For full details have a look at the following official website.

www.gov.uk/motorcycle-cbt/car-driving-licence

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