Freedom without limitations.

Enjoy total freedom to get around, meet with friends, travel to and from school or college, and never have to buy petrol.

Fun, quiet and easy to ride, your social scene will never be the same and you”ll be doing your bit for the environment

EcoMove has partnered with Trees for Cities who have planted over 1,000,000 urban trees in parks, streets, woodlands, schools, hospitals and housing estates since they started in 1993. EcoMove will plant one tree for every moped we sell which will bring real benefits to our cities, health and wellbeing.

Just remember when you buy one of our mopeds you will also plant a tree!

Smart Thinking,
Social Thinking

Around 70% of journeys undertaken today are local. So if you’re only going a couple of miles it will cost you pennies. That’s a no brainer, especially when a top-up charge is only about 20p. An e-moped can significantly reduce your commute time by letting you weaving your way around stationary traffic. Plus, many cities allow you to drive in bus lanes.

An e-moped can significantly reduce your commute time

let’s crunch the numbers

The Finances

An e-moped can pay for itself in a relatively short period of time, when you compare it to car travel.

Let’s compare the numbers over a 3-year period:

Average cost of a car:

A Skoda mid-size car costing £20K would depreciate approx. £8k in 3 years (leaving the car worth £12K).

The average comprehensive car insurance premium in the UK costs £471 a year.** or £1,413 over 3 years.

Car tax depends on the CO2 emissions level so it’s difficult to give an average figure but let’s assume £150 per year (£450 over 3 years)

Fuel cost (assuming 7,000 miles/year and with fuel consumption of 50mpg = 140 gallons @£6) £840/year (£2,250 over 3 years)

A total 3-year cost inc depreciation and running costs: £12,113

Compared to the 3-year cost of an e-moped

A £1,916 e-moped would depreciate in value by approx. £800 over 3 years

Insurance = £300 per year, so £900 for 3 years

No tax. 0%. Nil. Nada!

Fuel (1p/mile) – 21000 miles over 3 years would cost £210

A total 3-year cost inc depreciation and running costs: £1,910

So the 3-year savings associated with using an e-moped compared to a car are over £10,000!

More reasons to swap

Need we say more?

Not forgetting the time you’ll save, allowing you to do the things that you want to do – priceless.

Plus, e-mopeds are better for the environment than petrol vehicles, and parking is so much easier.

And if you currently travel by public transport, consider how much you spend on fares or season tickets over three years . . .

Choose a model

The main question to ask is ‘What is the distance of your commute and will you be restricted to 30mph all the journey?’

If your commute is greater than 10 miles each way and you will be travelling in areas of 40mph and above, check out the NGT

If your travel distance is less than 10 miles each way and is restricted to 30mph. check out the M+ series

If you go less than 5 miles in 30mph zones only, the U-Series may be just the job. 

Ngt Series

Built for speed

M+ Series

Space for two

N-Series

Extended battery range

U-Series

Purpose-built for the city