- Where do you ride the Aerorider?
The answer depends where you live. In Europe the Aerorider is considered a moped, but traffic legislation varies per country. In the Netherlands you can often use the bicycle lanes. In Germany you canít. In the USA, where the top speed is limited to 20MPH, the Aerorider is considered to be a bicycle, so you can go wherever you can go with your bicycle. In New Zealand you can use cycle paths and normal roads but not motorways.
- Where do I park the Aerorider?
Wherever you can park a moped you can park the Aerorider.
- Do I have to pay road tax?
In most countries you don't have to pay road tax for mopeds.
- Can the Aerorider tip over?
Theoretically any vehicle can tip over. The low centre of gravity and the full suspension give the Aerorider good stability; under normal circumstances it wonít tip over.
- Does the Aerorider need insurance?
In Europe youíll need liability insurance similar to moped insurance.
- Who can service the Aerorider?
The bicycle parts and the tires are standard parts that can be maintained by any well equipped bicycle dealer. The batteries and the motor are maintenance free. Spare batteries and spare drive belts can be ordered from your Aerorider dealer.
The Aerorider comes with a manual to help you to perform the basic maintenance yourself.
- Is the Aerorider Concept in production yet?
No, about 50 prototypes have been produced which are being tested all over the world. Unfortunately we don't have the means necassery to start production of this Aerorider at an economically viable scale.