Centre gives big relief! Electric two wheelers can now be used without permits

New Delhi: The Union government has given a big relief to the drivers of electric two-wheelers. In fact, the Ministry of Road Transport has decided to provide relief to battery-powered, methanol and ethanol-powered two-wheelers (E-2 wheelers). These vehicles will no longer need a permit. These vehicles can be used in any way without a permit, i.e. legally these vehicles can be used for commercial purposes. The decision of the ministry will also bring relief to the tourism industry.

Rental of two-wheelers will be facilitated
The Ministry of Road Transport has exempted two-wheelers running on batteries, methanol and ethanol from the requirement of permits. Although the ministry exempted electric vehicles from permits, the order did not contain clear instructions for two-wheelers. Two-wheeled transporters These vehicles were not legally eligible for rent. According to the order issued by the ministry, two-wheelers can be used legally without a permit. The biggest beneficiaries will be two-wheeled transporters.


In this regard, Gurmeet Singh Taneja, Chairman, Bus and Car Operators Confederation of India (CMVR) said that the decision of the Ministry of Road Transport would provide relief to two wheelers and benefit the people involved in the tourist industry. Let me tell you that two wheelers were rented at Goa and other tourist destinations.


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