Ahead of the official release of Harley-Davidson’s new electric LiveWire, the Milwaukee-brand has announced that customers will get two years of free charging at participating dealers in the US.
Harley-Davidson’s first electric motorcycle is set to hit the roads soon, and with a claimed 140 miles of city driving on a single charge, you’re going to need to hook it up to a charger sooner rather than later. But to help save some cash on electric, Harley is offering free charging for US customers.
What that means if that you’ll get two years of free juice at ChargePoint stations across a selection of participating Harley dealers – and you’ll also get 500 kWh of charging service at Electrify America stations too. No news on whether or not punters outside of the States are going to get the same dealer support. We’ll let you know as soon as we hear more.
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