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The difference between a electric moped and a electric scooter

2023-05-10

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Electric mopeds and electric scooters are both two-wheeled vehicles that are often used for transportation in urban areas, but they have some key differences.

A moped typically has a small engine (usually less than 50cc) and is designed to be pedaled like a bicycle, with the engine providing additional power. Mopeds usually have a maximum speed of around 15 mph (24 kph) and are often used for short trips around town. They may also have pedals that can be used to power the vehicle in the event that the engine fails or runs out of fuel.

A scooter, on the other hand, usually has a larger engine (typically between 50cc and 250cc) and is designed to be ridden like a motorcycle, with a footrest platform rather than pedals. Scooters can have a maximum speed of up to 40 mph (64 kph) and are often used for longer trips or commuting.

Another difference between mopeds and scooters is that mopeds may require a driver's license or a special moped license, while scooters typically require a motorcycle license. Additionally, mopeds may be subject to different regulations and restrictions than scooters, depending on the jurisdiction.

Overall, while both mopeds and scooters are small, lightweight, and fuel-efficient vehicles that can be useful for getting around in urban areas, they have some key differences in terms of their design, performance, and legal requirements.

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