Why are electric motorcycles not popular nowadays?

Thailand does not have a law to enforce. Like some countries, the first problem is that it can't run very far. and must be plugged in take a long time to charge is still a limitation But the current technology of lithium-ion batteries is cheaper, making them more popular. but only in the near term Running back and forth not far from home to work and pay the market, 20-30 kilometers radius, and in the future, in the next 10 years, there will be new technology. In addition, the price of oil is likely to rise, it should gradually turn to use. more electric cars
The second problem is that the power is not strong. Now, this is not a problem anymore. because electric motor Can provide high power, can run up to 100-200 kilometers per hour. and give faster acceleration

In terms of technology, the problem is the battery that takes too long to charge. (Which the ideal battery is that it takes only 5 minutes to charge and can continue to drive up to 200-300 km like refueling) is the person who works on this development. No cognitive which at the moment is still in the process of researching new knowledge And it is expected that the next 10-20 years will be close to the truth.

How are lithium-ion batteries different from lead-acid batteries? Which one to choose?

There are two main types of batteries used in electric motorcycles, lithium-ion and lead, which can be described as follows:

1. Lithium-ion batteries are currently the best batteries for storing electricity. New technology 20 years ago because of its small size, light weight, advantages, less than 1/3 weight of lead acid type. And the volume is smaller than 1/2 and it can be used for 800-1000 cycles if charged every day for about 2.5-3 years. The disadvantage is that it is more expensive.
2. Lead-acid battery (Litium Ion Battery) is a battery that is more than 150 years old. The advantages are cheap, but the disadvantage is that it is big and heavy. Lifespan is 600 cycles. If charged every day, about 1.5-2 years.

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Late 1860s: Reference to electric motorcycles. Evidence can be found in the patent as follows:

1911: An electric motorcycle based on a popular mechanics article.
1920s: Today forklift maker Ransomes explores the use of electric powered motorcycles. This development and others helped pave the way for the company to use mining cars and electric Lorentz.
Early 1940s: Fuel rationing in the United States led Earl Williams to convert motorcycles to electric power. This became the basis for the establishment of ParCar from Marketeer Company.
1941: The captive European fuel rationing encouraged an Austrian company by the name Socovel to create small electric motorcycles. Around 400 were produced.
1967: The first fuel cell powered electric motorcycle built by Karl Kordesch at the cult Union Carbide demonstrated the possibility of a fuel cell as a power source. This type of fuel cell is an allile type fuel cell that operates on the propellant propellant hydrazine.
1967: "Papoose", a small electric motorcycle prototype built by the Indian Motocycle Company under the direction of Floyd Clymer.
Early 1970s: Small mini bikes with small motorbikes were distributed. (mini motorcycle) Aurestetic Charger

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