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Where can I buy DEVS motorbikes?
Where do you deliver to?
Our electric motorbikes have EU homologation and are road legal in all EU countries and affiliated countries such as the UK and Switzerland. We can deliver to other countries, subject to some conditions regarding registration and after-sales service.
What is the warranty?
Our electric motorbikes are supplied with a standard warranty of 2-years and our sustainability pledge to continue to support them and keep them running for as long as possible. Read full details on this warranty page ⟶
What maintenance is required?
An electric motorcycle requires no oil changes, fuel filters, spark plugs or emission checks. Instead we offer an optional annual Maintenance Inspection of your vehicle with an Authorised Partner (where available) who will check the battery and electronics systems and implement any available upgrades that improve your motorbike.
What licence do I need?
This is hard to answer, the rules are different everywhere. For example, the Type 601 is in European vehicle class "L3e-A1" (like 125cc). It is possible to ride A1 with a car licence in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and several other European states. Other countries like Austria, France and the UK require a 1-day basic training course without test. Bottom line is that each country has its own conditions and it's best to contact your local driving authorities.
What about insurance?
In the EU, insurance is done in the same way as with any other vehicle, and available from all major providers. It is usually cheap, for example the current year basic insurance cost in the Czech Republic is 500 Kč (the equivalent of €20) per year.
Can I ride on the motorway?
Electric motorbikes can go on the motorways in Europe as long as they go fast enough to safely stay keep up in traffic. This means it would be OK, for example, to use our Type 601 that goes 100km/h.
How do I charge?
Plug the charging cable into the bike's charger socket and the other end into any standard 120-240V household socket. Charging is completely automatic using custom electronic systems that will optimise the lifetime of the battery.
How long does it take to charge the battery pack?
In the EU, it charges at a rate of 700W from a domestic 220-240v socket. The 7.2kWh pack will therefore charge from 0% to 100% in 7.2/0.7 = 9 hours. In other words, it's perfect for overnight charging. It is possible to charge a lot faster - even as quickly as 45 minutes with DC-DC charging - but generally we don't recommend this unless you believe it's essential because it shortens the life of the battery.
How do I know when to charge the battery pack?
There is a meter in the instrument panel that reads just like a petrol gauge. If you are running low, a warning light will flash and we recommend you switch to the slowest mode. Electronics prevent over discharge.
Are the batteries safe?
The battery pack uses Li-ion cells (the same manufacturer's cells as used by Tesla). They are proven safe according to the legal regulations of UN R136 tests and recyclable with long lifetimes when properly operated.
How long does the battery pack last?
If looked after correctly, tests indicate a peak life of at least 1000 cycles over 10 years, which is in the range of approximately 150,000km - 200,000km. During this time, its capacity (and range) falls by around 20%, but of course it remains useable in the bike or maybe recycled. The pack contains electronic management systems and is maintenance free.