Electric motorcycles have emerged as a good choice for getting about the city in a clean, quiet, and pollution-free way. Indeed, within the city electric motorcycles are one of the very best sustainable transit options.
As they do not use fossil fuels, these bikes do not emit toxic gases like nitrogen oxides (NOx), the main atmospheric pollutant in urban areas.
They are also very quiet to ride. They can operate without making any noise at all. This prevents the issue of sound pollution, a problem that affects quality of life for many people living in major cities.
But that is not all. Alongside the environmental advantages, electric motorcycles help us to be more efficient. The cost of charging the batteries is much lower than gasoline expenses.
Studies have shown that an average city dweller travels about 40 kilometers per day - a distance than is well within the range of an electric motorcycle, as different models can go anything from 50 to 150 kilometers between charges. And best of all: you only need an electrical socket to charge the batteries, and you can recharge it during the nighttime by just leaving it plugged in - exactly like a cell phone! Two or three hours are enough to get the battery up to 80%.
Important: Remember to always wear a helmet, and to take all safety measures necessary when you ride.
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