Jokingly speaking, e-bikes may lead to addiction because they're enjoyable, cheap, effortless, and silent. There will be no sound after you turn on the motor, and that’s really cool. To make it short, you need to press the button on, wait for the system to start up, place your leg on a pedal and set off.
It's as easy as that. The procedure is similar for mountain bikes or road bikes. It does not require any license or registration, but you need to know and obey the traffic laws. Before you start riding, make sure the bike battery is charged, the tire pressure is sufficient, and the display works properly.
If you’re going to ride at night, be sure to use a flashlight. Phone mount should be located on a handlebar properly to check DoorDash, Uber Eats if you work in delivery, or probably fitness apps. E-bike riders usually keep up with high-tech technologies, and thankfully there are loads of excellent apps.
There are three classes for e-bikes: class one, two, and three. Technically legislation is the same, except class three is allowed only for riders above sixteen years old. Anyway, please check local laws, road rules, and speed limits.