Seven ways to use your electric bike to save money and drive less
Seven ways to use your electric bike to save money and drive less
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Driving less sounds like a great idea, right? Gas is expensive, but riding has more advantages than simply saving at the pump. Riding your ebike for transportation means less time spent stuck in traffic, less money spent on auto ownership costs, and more time to get some fresh air while you’re out and about.

By reducing your auto use over the course of a few months, you could even save enough money to offset the cost of a new ebike, and soon flip over to an overall household cost savings by riding more and driving less. Read the Cycle to work scheme for some sustainable living ideas to get you started considering how to make the switch yourself!
1.Ride your ebike to the store

Around 50% of all household trips are 3 miles or less, and you can bet that number involves lots of short runs to the grocery store. It’s easy to set up your electric bike to be a grocery-getter on regular runs where you pick up a couple bags’ worth of supplies. With a sturdy rear rack and a set of panniers, you’re equipped with your own reusable grocery bags as well as the most enjoyable way to get things back from the store.

2. Switch to pay-by-mile insurance
Car owners who don’t log many miles might be aware that many insurers offer mileage-based plans that can deliver significant savings to infrequent drivers. Adding an ebike to your transportation options gives you a better way to drive less and still get around efficiently, putting you on the track to hit the low-driving threshold where pay-per-mile insurance means savings for you. Check our Bike To Work Scheme

3. Cancel your gym membership
Ok, this one won’t win any converts in the weight room...but those who head to the gym for aerobic work may find that cycling (even with motor assist) can be just as effective a workout as in-gym options. Even if you keep your gym membership, you can ride to and from, tuning your motor assistance levels to provide you with optimal warmup and cooldown. Check Fiido electric bike

4. Lower your EV charging bill
So your electric bike isn’t the only EV in your garage? We’re excited that you’ve lowered your Co2 footprint! Now lower it even further by using your super-efficient ebike on more trips and leaving your heavy electric car parked; saving the charge on that 60kwh battery for when you need it.
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Driving less sounds like a great idea, right? Gas is expensive, but riding has more advantages than simply saving at the pump. Riding your ebike for transportation means less time spent stuck in traffic, less money spent on auto ownership costs, and more time to get some fresh air while you’re out and about.

By reducing your auto use over the course of a few months, you could even save enough money to offset the cost of a new ebike, and soon flip over to an overall household cost savings by riding more and driving less. Read the Cycle to work scheme for some sustainable living ideas to get you started considering how to make the switch yourself!
1.Ride your ebike to the store

Around 50% of all household trips are 3 miles or less, and you can bet that number involves lots of short runs to the grocery store. It’s easy to set up your electric bike to be a grocery-getter on regular runs where you pick up a couple bags’ worth of supplies. With a sturdy rear rack and a set of panniers, you’re equipped with your own reusable grocery bags as well as the most enjoyable way to get things back from the store.

2. Switch to pay-by-mile insurance
Car owners who don’t log many miles might be aware that many insurers offer mileage-based plans that can deliver significant savings to infrequent drivers. Adding an ebike to your transportation options gives you a better way to drive less and still get around efficiently, putting you on the track to hit the low-driving threshold where pay-per-mile insurance means savings for you. Check our Bike To Work Scheme

3. Cancel your gym membership
Ok, this one won’t win any converts in the weight room...but those who head to the gym for aerobic work may find that cycling (even with motor assist) can be just as effective a workout as in-gym options. Even if you keep your gym membership, you can ride to and from, tuning your motor assistance levels to provide you with optimal warmup and cooldown. Check Fiido electric bike

4. Lower your EV charging bill
So your electric bike isn’t the only EV in your garage? We’re excited that you’ve lowered your Co2 footprint! Now lower it even further by using your super-efficient ebike on more trips and leaving your heavy electric car parked; saving the charge on that 60kwh battery for when you need it.