Public consultation on the regulation of electric bikes (e-bikes) in the Falkland Islands
The consultation will remain open from 30 May 2022 until 19 June 2022.
FIG is proposing to make a certain class of e-bike exempt from the definition of a motor vehicle under the Road Traffic Ordinance 1948, and so remove the need for owners to fulfil the current legal requirements to have a licence to ride one, and to register, tax and insure it.
This consultation asks your views on the proposed definition of an exempt class e-bike, and we welcome responses from everyone who lives in the Islands, whether you live in Stanley, Camp, the outer islands or MPC.
Current e-bike owners, and those who intend to purchase an e-bike, are asked if their e-bike would be considered exempt under the proposed definition.
There are three ways you can respond to this consultation:
- The quickest and easiest way, and to help us save paper, is to complete the online survey, available here: e-bike consultation
Completed paper surveys can be placed in the dedicated response boxes in the Post Office and Community Library, or can be posted to the point of contact below.
If you have any queries about the consultation, please contact:
Cable Cottage, Thatcher Drive, Stanley.