In this study, a driver design for the Brush Less Direct Current (BLDC) engine was made. With this driver, BLDC motors are provided to operate in both engine mode and regenerative braking mode. Fuzzy logic controller is used for motor speed control. The STM32F4 Discovery development card has been used to control your drive. Driver tests were conducted on an electric vehicle. Test data were obtained with the aid of a mini computer placed on the vehicle. In regenerative braking mode, the speed of the vehicle slowed down and the battery voltage was shown to be charged at the desired levels. The drive test data was obtained with the aid of an oscilloscope.