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Nice to be back

Fri, 13 Mar 2009
Electric vehicle company Nice has resumed trading after its assets went into liquidation last year.

The firm issued a statement saying it is now operating as an arm of Aixam-Mega, which manufactures the Mega e-City electric passenger vehicle.

Customers buying a car from the group have been advised that their terms of ownership are not affected by the change and their warranties will remain intact.

Axiam-Mega's general manager Lawrence Holland said the key parts of Nice have been retained and it is "business as normal".

He also discussed the ongoing benefits of electric vehicles, remarking: "These cars are ideal for commuting and as pool cars for any urban firm providing a local service, such as estate agents, solicitors, barristers, and so on."

Bikes, along with commercial and consumer cars made by Nice are completely emission-free and are also exempt from any road tax.

Drivers are not required to pay the capital's congestion charge and can also benefit from complimentary parking at many locations across the globe.

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