May is National Bike Month. As such, it presents a fantastic opportunity for communities to promote the many benefits of bicycling, encourage more individuals to try cycling, and raise awareness of bicyclists’ legal right to public roadways.
Visiting Maui without a car is a great way to save money on your vacation, reduce your carbon footprint and avoid potential stresses such as traffic jams, road closures and parking shortages. Many travelers choose to navigate the island using a combination of the transit modes Maui has to offer including the Bus, the trolley, and by bike!
With rental car prices recently exceeding $1000 per day, now is a better time than ever to go car-less during your trip to paradise.
1. The Electric Bicycle Incentive Kickstart for the Environment (E-BIKE) Act
Introduced February 9, 2021 by Congressman Jimmy Panetta (D-Carmel Valley)
The E-BIKE Act prioritizes electric bicycles as a zero-emission form of transportation by making them more affordable and accessible. The E-BIKE Act incentivizes the use of electric bicycles to replace car trips by creating a consumer tax credit that: