Unfortunately, Bouncie does not work in electric vehicles or on motorcyles. 

For electric vehicles:
If you are wondering why, here's a quick explanation:
Bouncie detects the engine RPM. For electric vehicles, there isn't an actual engine RPM, so Bouncie is unable to record trip events. 

Bouncie also uses signals from the engine to record start and stop cycles, which signal the beginning and end of a trip. Electric vehicles maintain a constant level of power so the start and stop can't be recorded. As crazy as it seems, electric cars are just too advanced!

For motorcycles:
Motorcycles are not equipped with OBD 2 ports. This port is required because the Bouncie device needs this port to plug into the vehicle's system and retrieve data.

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