Kids, Too, Can Now Drive the Renault Twizy!

by SpeedLux

An automaker that is based in France, Renault, has made an official announcement, saying that its Twizy electric vehicle (EV) is now safe even for 14-year-old kids to drive. No, you did not hear it wrong. Renault has actually announced exactly that children, too, can now drive the company’s Twizy model!

As pointed out by the French automaker, this has been made possible thanks to a new legislation with the Brevet de Securite Routiere (BSR) road safety certificates. This legislation in particular makes it possible for children aged under 16 years old to drive light motorized quadricycles by themselves. Prior to the legislation being issued, it was only those aged 16 and above that were allowed to drive such vehicles on their own.

However, it seems that it is not only 14-year-old children that are going to benefit from this legislation but Renault will, too. The company’s Twizy 45 vehicle model happens to be a suitable alternative to scooters with comfort and safety levels exceeding those of the two-wheelers. As a matter of fact, the Renault Twizy 45 even comes with a protective cell, disc brakes, double seatbelts and also an airbag. All of these components come included as standard features.

So, if you are ever planning to teach your children how to drive safely before they actually grow up and drive a real car on a real road with real traffic, you may as well take into consideration the Renault Twizy 45. It should prove to be a good practice, you know.

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