Your daily commute won’t be cheaper than riding this electric scooter. Unless your ride is free of course. But since free rides are hard to come by these days, you can opt to have the Zero S Electric Street Bike instead. The Li-Ion batteries in this electric bike are recharged in 4 hours and can be used for 60 miles of clean propulsion. That equates to roughly one cent per mile covered. Compared to bikes with conventional gas engines, you don’t have to worry too much on the other preventive maintenance issues and spendings with this bike. There’s not a drop of oil in the engine or a clutch that need replacing. A permanent magnet motor with 31 horsepower keeps this bike moving on a one-speed, clutchless transmission. Just take care of the tires, brakes, and batteries and you’re always good to go. $10,000.
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