ELECTRIC AND NEWLY LICENSED CARS - INCENTIVES / BONUSES
The zero emission cars are spreading, which can drive young people as soon as they get their driving license? There are dedicated legal solutions for new patents. Targeted and satisfactory solutions.
For electric cars the power value approved in the booklet and therefore also indicated on the registration certificate is not that of the electric motor (as is the case for classic cars) but is the one considered "The maximum power in thirty minutes", that is, that which the engine is able to express and maintain for at least thirty minutes and which also depends on the type of battery pack adopted.
For example, a supercar like the Tesla Model S is a car which, by adding the power of the two electric motors, has 568 kW, but indicates only 135 kW on the registration certificate.
With this consideration, we can say that the power value to watch for the newly licensed is that stated in the booklet, and therefore, they can drive electric cars that have a much higher total power (declared by the manufacturer).
We can also add the fact that zero emission cars are often much heavier, due to the battery pack or the electric motor itself, so a novice driver can also choose a car different from the usual small city cars, which for the endothermic engines, on the other hand, are practically the only ones that can be taken into consideration as soon as the license is taken.