This is the opinion about electric two-wheelers
On social sites, from Delhi businessmen to security personnel, government employees are sharing stories of buying electric two-wheelers. Encouraged by the Switch Delhi campaign, EV two-wheeler company Ather, Bajaj and TVS have decided to launch new models of vehicles in Delhi.
The Delhi government has also made road tax and registration for electric vehicles free.
This is the opinion of the businessman
Bajaj Auto MD Rajeev Bajaj has said that the comprehensive, practical and progressive EV policy of the Delhi government prompted us to introduce the electric avatar of Chetak in the category of three-wheelers. According to Athar co-founder Tarun Mehta, the Switch EV campaign should revive consumer interest in electric vehicles in the city. We will soon open our Experience Center in Delhi.
Delhi’s transport minister said this
Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot has said that 630 new EV two-wheelers have been registered since the launch of the Delhi EV Policy. Vehicles are being registered every day. An analysis by RMI India has compared the subsidy on electric two wheelers and the price of the top two petrol vehicles under the Delhi EV policy, but the real savings are in operating costs. By switching to electric two wheeler, a person will save about 1850 to 1650 monthly compared to petrol scooter-bike. There will be a savings of about 22 thousand rupees compared to using petrol scooters and 20 thousand rupees compared to petrol bikes.
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Electric vehicle emits so much carbon
Kailash Gehlot said that an average electric two-wheeler reduces 1.98 tonnes of carbon emissions compared to a petrol two-wheeler. To put it simply, we need about 11 trees to absorb 1.98 tonnes of CO2. We can save the environment by switching to electric vehicle.
This is the opinion of electric vehicle buyers
Dalbir Chand Kohli, a businessman and a third-time electric vehicle buyer, says, “I was the first person to buy an EV in Delhi seven years ago.” After the EV policy of Delhi government, I bought a third electric vehicle and received a subsidy of Rs 7700. Rebate in road tax and registration fee. I would definitely suggest that every person should switch to EV as it causes less pollution. There is very little sound and can be charged very easily at home. I have a good experience of driving an electric vehicle.
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Similarly, businessman Sanjay Berry recently bought an electric vehicle and said that I have switched to EV and this has really helped me financially. Government employee and EV owner Manveer Singh has said that the Chief Minister of Delhi has urged the people of Delhi to take steps to control pollution. This prompted me to buy an electric vehicle. At the same time, security guard and electric vehicle owner Jitendra Kumar said that my electric bike works regularly and well. Since purchasing an electric vehicle, my fuel expenses have come down. My monthly income is 10 thousand rupees and I used to spend a lot of money on petrol. Now I am saving around 3500 rupees monthly, which I brought to my use. This savings has helped me manage my other expenses.