E scooters.

larmen

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This type of E Scooter looks a good way to commute.
https://www.niu.com/en/product/n-gt
I have the MQi GT Long Range. Bought it 2 months ago, commuting twice a week right into the centre of London. 25 km each way.

Costs me 47p to commute, no congestion charge, no ulez charge, free parking. Train is a zone 1 to 6 travel card for £13.50.

Will take me a while to save the money back, though.
 
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IainP

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I have the MQi GT Long Range. Bought it 2 months ago, commuting twice a week right into the centre of London. 25 km each way.

Costs me 47p to commute, no congestion charge, no ulez charge, free parking. Train is a zone 1 to 6 travel card for £13.50.

Will take me a while to save the money back, though.
If I'm looking at the correct thing, and appreciate the terms may be being re-defined, I would call that an electric moped.
Does it have a "number plate", and do you go on the road?
Impressive commute costs!
 
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