The present government has voiced its vision towards making Sri Lanka a leading user of electric-powered transportation by 2040.
To this extent, Finance Minister Mangala Samaraweera has said that all government used vehicles will be converted to hybrid or electric vehicles by 2025.
Furthermore, incentive structures will be devised to encourage the use of alternatively-powered vehicles amongst the population whilst stronger taxation will be imposed on fossil fuel-powered vehicles in hopes of discouraging the use within the population.
Vindy Trading (Pvt.) Ltd, the sole distributor of Alfa electric bikes in Sri Lanka since 2006 and the pioneer of electrically-powered scooters and bikes, supports the leaner and greener budget that the current government has set in motion.
Products ranging from scooter models to motorcycle models having running distances from 70 kilometres to 180 kilometres, speed from 55 kmph to 110 kmph with one to two units of domestic electricity per full charge, come with tubeless tyres, LED lights, LCD display, hydraulic brakes, keyless entry and many more functions that are covered with a warranty period of two years.
These high-quality unique designs are available through islandwide distributors and at the main showroom situated in Borella Cross Road, Colombo 8.