By law, mopeds are limited to 28 mph (45kph)
With twin removable batteries they deliver a range of up to 90 miles
Charged from a normal domestic three pin socket
A full charge usually takes around 4 hours and will cost around 25 pence
There is no road tax on an electric moped and because they don’t use petrol, they can enter congestion and low emission zones free of charge.
Electric mopeds are also often allowed in bus lanes.
For good looks and a clean modern design choose the THELMOCO X-tra with its striking front lights and streamlined appearance. If your moped is for delivery or courier work, then the 3000W THELMOCO Senda is the electric moped for you. Its sleek lines and powerful motor are designed to deal with city traffic and frequent starts and stops.
If you passed your driving test before February 2001 you are automatically entitled to ride a moped without taking a further test. Otherwise a simple CBT will be needed in addition to a normal provisional licence.
Our models can easily be fitted with racks and boxes insulated for food delivery or simple storage top boxes.