LiveWire's Fleet Team is actively supported by Harley-Davidson, who has 110 years experience manufacturing the most legendary fleet motorcycles in the world.
LiveWire electric motorcycles can be integrated into many diverse fleets to augment their capabilities and increase their efficiency.
Read success stories from Marquette University Police and the COP26 Global Summit in Scotland to envision how LiveWire fleet motorcycles can be implemented into your field.
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LiveWire ONE's clutch free operation means your riders no longer need to worry about managing the friction zone during prolonged maneuvering, resulting in less fatigue, enhanced focus, and less low speed drops. The smooth and consistent power delivery, now controlled only with the traditional right grip throttle and foot brake, allows operators to focus on the ambient sounds during their patrol thanks to the nearly silent operation.
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If you’re interested in exploring how a LiveWire electric motorcycle can help your company initiatives,
request more information today. Our fleet specialists will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Electric motorcycles are more cost effective for fleet duty than conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) motorcycles due to several factors including simplified powertrain complexity, reduced brake pad consumption, and the ability to recharge from multiple sources.
The numbers shown are estimates only. Actual average cost and savings per bike will vary based on environment conditions, geographic location, riding style, installed accessories, modifications, repairs and rider stature.
LiveWire electric motorcycles generate fewer maintenance costs over their lifetime. The electric powertrain offers simple and streamlined interactions for both operation and service. Since it is a single-speed there's no clutch or transmission to operate or repair. ICE consumable parts like oil/air/fuel filters, engine mechanicals, or clutches represent the majority of service costs for a traditional fleet. The elimination of these components on an electric motorcycle means increased uptime and lower cost of service.
Your fleet can also take advantage of the LiveWire ONE's onboard charger (compatible with Level 1 or level 2 chargers) to keep infrastructure investment to a minimum. If your location already has Level 3 DC-Fast charging infrastructure, then you'll be able to recharge LiveWire ONE in an hour or less depending on the state of charge.
Thanks to the advantages of EV technology, you can expect to see annual savings of more than $3,000 for the LiveWire ONE electric motorcycle when compared to a BMW R1250 RT Police model, or any equivalent internal combustion engine fleet motorcycle.
In addition to eliminating fuel costs, LiveWire electric motorcycles require less maintenance and have longer service intervals compared to internal combustion engine motorcycles to maximize fleet uptime and budgeted resources.
Easy online access to a comprehensive owner's manual.
A new LiveWire comes with a 2-year limited warranty with unlimited mileage. The battery (RESS) comes with a 5-year limited warranty, also with unlimited mileage.
You can find our online owner’s and service manuals, parts catalog and quick start guide on our resources page here.
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Uses any available public fast charger. DC Fast Charge uses a standard J1772 charging connector. DC Fast Charging time is 0-100% charge in 60 minutes.
Uses the included charge cord. Plugs into standard 110v wall outlet. Charging time is 0-100% charge in 11 hours.
Our experienced fleet team is ready to answer your questions and discuss how a LiveWire EV can benefit your company initiatives.
The average retail price per kilowatt-hour in the United States was $0.111 in 2021, per the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Read the details here.
As of October 2022, the average price of premium gasoline in non-reformulated areas (i.e. outside of cities with high smog levels) was $4.40 per gallon. Read the details here.
The 2023 BMW R1250 RT retails for $26,195 well-equipped, is fueled by Super Unleaded, and consumes 4.75 liters of fuel per 100 km (49.5 miles per gallon, combined highway/city). Read the details here.
The LiveWire ONE retails for $22,799 and offers 95 miles of charge, combined highway/city. Read the details here.
The U.S. Department of Energy calculator was used to calculate the annual gasoline and electricity usage of the BMW R1250 RT (546 gallons) and LiveWire ONE (3,879 kWh) motorcycles, respectively. This is based on 75 miles of riding per day, or 27,300 miles per year. Read the details here.
The Argonne National Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy laboratory, estimates the cost of maintenance and repairs of a Battery Electric Vehicle to be 47-67% of the cost of an equivalent Internal Combustion Engine vehicle in their comprehensive May 2021 study. Our calculations are based on their estimates of $0.061 and $0.101 per mile driven, respectively, and again assume 75 miles of riding per day per motorcycle. Read the details here.