ETT Industries has recently launched a brand new electric bike rental scheme for couriers. £15 per day covers use of a high quality electric bike designed specifically for couriers. With no long contract sign-up, you pay for only what you use. Maintenance, accessories and support are all on ETT. Travel further and complete more deliveries per shift.

What’s included?

  • High quality electric bike designed specifically for courier use.
  • Free regular maintenance/service and support throughout your rental.
  • Free battery swap.
  • High quality integrated lock.
  • Optional rear rack for carrying a delivery box.

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The Bike

  • Electric pedal-assist bike. This means there is a rechargeable battery with a motor that assists you while pedalling.
  • The battery is rechargeable using any standard mains power outlet. This can either be charged whilst on the bike, or the battery can be removed and charged separately.
  • 80 – 120km range, depending on weather conditions and riding style.
  • Comfortable, puncture protected tyres.
  • Hydraulic disc brakes for excellent stopping power.
  • The battery can be swapped for free at our ETT location to give you full charge without waiting to charge the battery.
  • Legally classed the same as a standard pedal bike – no licence, registration plate or motor insurance required.

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When you come to collect the bike, you will need to bring the following:

  • Proof of working for a courier company (an email is fine)
  • Proof of address (recent bank statement or utility bill)
  • Photographic ID (Driving licence or passport)
  • £250 deposit, payable in cash. This is fully refundable upon return of the bike in satisfactory condition
  • Copy of debit/credit card. This will be kept securely, and destroyed once the bike is returned.

Want more information?

Call our Office – +44 203 7295 215 (9am-5pm Monday to Friday)

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