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Questions related to motorcycles & electric vehicles in the industry.
The first Can‑Am motorcycles will hit the road before the end of 2024. In the meantime, the team is conducting testing in all possible usage conditions. Early feedback from test riders is that both of these exciting new models deliver a powerful, smooth, and exciting riding experience.
Just like gas motorcycle, electric motorcycles require a license in most countries. The type of license required may depend on the power of the motorcycle and where you are located.
While some electric motorcycles are manual, most of them are fully automatic with no clutch. Can‑Am motorcycles will be fully automatic.
Electric motorcycles can qualify for tax credit/incentives in some states and countries. Check with your region as elligibility may change.
Ease of riding depends widely on the configurations of the motorcycle. As most electric motorcycle don't have a clutch, it facilitates the learning process for beginners.
Generally speaking it will be less expensive than filling up a gas tank but the price can vary depending on multiple factors such as the cost of electricity in your region and the size of the battery.