A Moke is a small, lightweight, four-wheeled car that was first produced in the 1960s. The original Moke was designed and manufactured by the British Motor Corporation, and it was intended for use as a utility vehicle for military and civilian customers.
While it didn't prove to be great for military use, the "Californian" Mini Moke model became a cult classic in exclusive beach locations and pop culture when making an appearance in the 007 classic "Live and Let Die", with the theme song performed by the Beatles.
An E-Moke is an electric version of the original Moke car. It is a small, lightweight, four-wheeled vehicle that is powered by an electric motor and a battery pack. The E-Moke is designed to be environmentally friendly, efficient, and easy to operate.
A full charge will equal to approximately 35 miles. Keep in mind that the range on your Moke will depend in part on the load weight of the vehicle. For example 2 passengers will consume less battery than 4 people. Hilly conditions will also consume more battery than if you are driving your Moke on a relatively flat surface.
All drivers must be at least 21 years old , possess a valid drivers license and show proof of insurance which covers rental vehicles. his item.
The low-speed version of the Moke has a maximum speed of 25 mph and may only be driven on roads with maximum limit of 35 mph.
The Moke Electric Vehicle has safety belts for up to 4 persons.
Besides the ooh's and ahhh's from onlookers, your Moke comes standard with a removable Bimini top, stereo with bluetooth, zero emissions and a blanket.
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While you won't be winning any races along the main drag, the Moke will prove to be the most authentic way to cruise the quintessential coastal paradise and take in all that Encinitas has to offer.
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