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I'm not here to burst anyone's bubble, but the reality for children's ebikes at this point, is not looking good from the eyes of law enforcement. However, something to mention.. From the eyes of law enforcement, they're breaking the law and committing an offence under the Motor Vehicle Act of British Columbia. This could be a problem if they get into some kind of an accident with pedestrian and police found out that kids were riding an ebike, that might not go well.
Even if they were not at fault, for example vehicle to cyclist accident, the insurance company of the driver may deny the coverage. Sorry for being so negative, but it's just something to be aware of.
Don't get me wrong, I honestly think kids ebikes are fantastic idea especially when they have disabilities. Making this opportunity illegal does not make sense to me.
It will most definitely open up the possibilities and if I was the kid, I would most definitely try one. I just think the law needs to be changed. Because whoever came up with the law, probably wasn't really thinking about kids ebikes. As you can see in the video, those kids aren't being hazards.
It's not like they're riding one of those 80cccc kids dirt bike.