Electric motorcycle manufacturer Zero Motorcycles are offering customers a free quick charger worth £800 when they purchase a new bike during April.
The quick charger speeds up charging using standard electrial outlets by allowing the bike to be connected to a second power outlet at the same time, adding 1kW of charging power, reducing the charge time by up to two and a half.
The offer is valid in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, France, Great Britain and Italy through participating dealers.
All of Zero's bikes can be ridden on a standard A2 licence and the entry level S and DS models are also available in 11kW versions, making them suitable for learners on provisional licence.
Electric motorcycles got a boost in 2016, when the Government announced a subsidy if you purchase a new electric motorcycle. The subsidy provides a grant of £1500 or 20% of the price, whichever is smaller at the point of sale.
Fred Murphy became the first motorcyclist to take advantage of the subsidy when he purchased a new Zero FXS in March. All Zero Motorcycles are eligible for the grant.
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