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Harley-Davidson provide all-electric LiveWires for COP26 Police Scotland

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Harley have been busy doing their bit for the environment, offering up support for the police at COP26 with a fleet of all-electric LiveWires.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you would’ve seen the headlines from around the globe following the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, or the COP26 event, which is taking place in Glasgow.

Being a conference that brings world leaders together to discuss and try to fix the issue of climate change, it makes sense to have everything as environmentally friendly as possible, which is why Harley-Davidson have supported Police Scotland with six all-electric LiveWires.

Superintendent Darren Faulds, Roads Policing, said: "Where possible we have taken measures to ensure that COP26 is policed in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way.

"Our work to improve our sustainability has been enhanced thanks to the support of Harley- Davidson®, and we welcome these electric motorcycles as an addition to our existing road policing assets to help with the delivery of a safe and secure event."

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