Moke America ~ Elevating Your Staycations

The reinvented throwback classic cruisers beloved by stars, surfers, and Caribbean jet-setters are making waves with 21st-century green-friendly electric power and good vibes! 

While many are skeptical of plane travel in the wake of COVID-19, there is no better way to keep the vacation going into the fall with these open-air, street-legal passenger shuttles that make trips to the farmer’s market or the pumpkin patch feel like a getaway.

Move over traditional golf carts, and say hello to Moke America!

A single charge will last about 25 to 30 minutes of driving time, around 40 miles. It’s perfect for private golf courses, beach trips, gated communities, and even coffee runs down the street.

They are street legal, so the possibilities are endless!


– Todd Rome, CEO of Moke America

Always passionate about luxury travel, Todd Rome began his career by founding the company Blue Star Jets, where he sought to make flying private more affordable. He worked at the company for over a decade before he moved on to his next luxury travel pursuit: creating Moke America.

Todd loved the classic little cruisers and spent a year traveling the globe and learning the industry. He loved that the cars were meant to parachute down from the sky during military combat and sought to make them bigger, stronger, sexier, and more sustainable.

Fast forward to 2017, where the cars have now been given the upgrade of the century. 

Produced and assembled in Sarasota, Florida, the fully customizable Moke Americas come equipped with steel and fiberglass chassis, four-wheel drivetrain, hydraulic steering, front disc brakes, rear drum brakes, a parking brake  , and a backup camera.

It is versatile, carbon-free, and has a little more of “everything” — more legroom, expanded trunk space, a kickin’ sound system, and sex appeal.   

Moke America has become synonymous with easy, breezy island chic, is a coveted accessory for outdoor living, and is adored by A-list celebs and socialites including Paul McCartney, David Letterman, Kris Jenner, Joe Jonas, and Katherine McPhee – to name a few. 

The Moke vehicle started as a military invention for the British army. The name comes from “Mini,” the car with which the Moke shares many parts, and “Moke,” a dialect term for donkey.

It didn’t last long in the military, but the Moke was popular in Australia and Hawaii as a “beach buggy,” but in 2017, we brought the Moke back with the new electric and sleek design.


– Jeff Riley, President of AZ Moke America

You’ve probably seen Moke America light up your Instagram feeds with activations and branding from Louis Vuitton, Barry’s Bootcamp, Sea Star Beachwear, Saks Fifth Avenue, Vilebrequin, Faena Bazaar (commissioned for Donald Robertson during Art Basel), Funboy, and Serena Williams Fashion. 

All Moke vehicles are fully customizable or able to be bought ready to go. We can literally do anything for our customers and will deliver their Moke straight to their door.

We are proud to say they are made in the USA, sustainable, and perfect for the stylish trendsetter and luxury car enthusiast.

We’ve actually seen an increase in sales throughout the pandemic, despite the tourism industry being so impacted by the lack of guests. More and more individuals are investing in unique and luxury gifts for their homes. Staycations are the new vacations.


– Jeff Riley, President of AZ Moke America

Moke America is fully bespoke and comes in one of 11 rainbow bright colors, plus camo with additional customization for the: bumper, grill, rollbar, rims, seats, top, and more.

For more information or to purchase your very own Moke, please visit https://azmokeamerica.com/.  

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