It's really not a valid comparison. Automobile infrastructure is designed for much greater speeds, is policed with serious consequences for breaking the law and autos are designed with safety features to handle a problem.I think the comparison to cars is valid in this argument. Virtually every car sold today can exceed posted limits yet they are sold and allowed on the streets. There are no government regulations on power or speed limits for cars and I would oppose that if it were tried. The rules generally apply to how they are operated and I believe this is the proper way to address bikes and Ebikes as well. Does it matter if I’m riding my class 3 in an area restricted to class 1 if riding responsibly at posted speeds? I don’t think so. To me, the issue is always the human, not the machine.