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      Famous for engineering motorbikes, the Ducati brand has now teamed up with MT Distribution to produce Ducati branded Personal Electric Vehicles and accessories. From stand-out Ducati Electric Scooters to sleek Ducati E-Bikes and a range of Ducati Accessories.

      With several scooters and bike models available from The Scooter Co such as the Ducati Pro III E-Scooter, the Ducati MG-20 Electric Bike, and the Ducati Urban Rigid Helmet. there is a Ducati for everyone. Ducati e-scooters and e-bikes are all available with a 24-Month warranty with payment options that will suit you.
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      Ducati produces two ranges of Electric Scooter, the PRO and the Scrambler series. The PRO field classic Italian lines and design, whereas the Scrambler models offer more urban and street visuals.

      The E-Bikes have urban styling with a modern e-bike look. Sleek engineering and traditional Ducati branding throughout the design of the e-bikes. Both are equally cool appealing to a wide range of e-scooter riders.

      The Ducati branded accessories offer style, practicality and safety. From riding helmets to carry bags, there is a Ducati accessory for everyone.


      We offer Ducati produce electric scooters, electric bikes, and accessories. At The Scooter Co, we offer several of the PRO and Scrambler models plus Ducati accessories.

      Ducati is a family Italian Company that started off producing radio parts and then motorbikes. It now has licensed the Ducati brand to MT Distribution, another Italian company, that produces the Ducati's single-person electric vehicle range.

      No. Currently, you are not allowed to ride privately owned electric scooters in public areas or on roads in the UK. You can only ride them on private land with permission from the owner.
      A lot of the countries in Europe such as Germany, France, Poland, and Spain do have rules and regulations that allow you to ride on public roads, public spaces, and bike lanes.

      Yes. Just like regular bicycles, electric bikes are legal to ride on the UK's roads and cycle lanes. You can ride your Ducati e-bike on the roads.