I disagree only because they face the same hazards of cagers trying to kill them. They may even have it worse since they cannot make the same kind of offensive maneuvering a bike can. Same knees in the breeze other than that.I don't consider trikes bikes, especially electric ones. More like a three wheel golf cart.
There I said it.
Personally no because the rider is less involved. On a bike the rider moves about far more and the dynamics are just too different. No insult intended.I had a
I had a three wheel LEANING reverse trike Piaggio MP3 500, a Polaris Slingshot, and HAVE a Can-AM Ryker. None of those either? (LOL)
Technically, it is an AUTOCYCLE which has same requirements as a motorcycle. When I got it in 2015, a motorcycle license was required, but 2 years ago that was dropped (in FL). But still NO insurance is required (as long as you have general MEDICAL insurance if riding w/o helmet), and I NEVER had any for that, or any other motorcycle or trike I've ever owned.Well now you bring the Slingshot in and have to agree there. That’s a car with disabilities, missing one wheel.
I always viewed them as motorcycles for the disabled (no disrespect to the disabled intended).Yeah, I know they invented a new type of vehicle category. It is still a car on disability.