Artisan road legal scooters can be ridden by anyone aged from 16. Our commuters range from 16 to 80!
Here's some guidelines as to who can ride an electric scooter on the road.
Our scooters are restricted technically 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 motorbike or moped driving licence
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.
We'd also recommend cool looking protective clothing and gloves!
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!