Sun. May 22nd, 2022

Any new or evolving technology involves some degree of vagueness, especially when it comes to legislation. This has certainly been the case with e-bikes, which have often fallen into the legislative happy medium; not classed as real bicycles, but also not judged as real motor vehicles. Everything was a bit blurry. The same can be said about where e-bikes should or should not be used due to the presence of a battery and an electric motor.

The situation is improving, however, as most e-bikes now fall into one of three different classes. In 2020, the e-bike industry decided to come together and come up with a plan, which resulted in the creation of Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 categories.

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