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Brother got into trouble, and hundreds of small yellow cars were “detained”. Whose cake did the electric car move?

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On December 21, in order to facilitate the travel of citizens, the Binhai government jointly launched a shared electric vehicle brand with 360 shared electric vehicles in the county seat. However, when many citizens still have time to enjoy this livelihood project, Binhai's brother is not willing Already.

The taxi industry in Binhai agrees that the starting price of a taxi is 5 yuan, and the starting price of a shared motorcycle is only 1 yuan, so no one takes a taxi, which is a huge threat to the taxi market.

So, in just a few days, my brother spontaneously organized and detained hundreds of shared electric cars.

At the same time, Binhai's buddies stubbornly believed that these shared electric vehicles went online privately without the consent of the management department, occupying public parking resources, and allegedly operating illegally, and stated, "The relevant government departments have not clearly answered. Our brother's sister can only Do it yourself, gather the car temporarily and wait for government approval. "

Brother got into trouble, and hundreds of small yellow cars were "detained". Whose cake did the electric car move?

In fact, the sharing economy has been crowded out in remote areas such as small counties, and Binhai is not the first case. This has happened to Xiaobian's hometown.

Xiao Bian ’s hometown is a small county in northwestern China. In the few years when online car hire was just around, my brother spontaneously organized and protested against online car hire for taxi cabs. Some radical brothers even “fished -Style law enforcement "to block and suppress the network of taxis:

Brother first ordered a car online, and coaxed the ride-hailing driver to his destination. Together with other brothers, he threatened and intimidated the driver, forcing the ride-hailing driver to cancel his platform account and exit the ride-hailing vehicle.

Some brothers even said to the editor: 1 person dared to open a car, we blocked 1 person, 10 people dared to open a car, we blocked 10 people, until no one dared to register, no one dared to drive. Anyway, it's also fun to block the drivers when they don't run alone.

Over time, Xiaobian's hometown no longer dared to drive a car online. Today, only taxis can be used to get a taxi.

Brother got into trouble, and hundreds of small yellow cars were "detained". Whose cake did the electric car move?

It is undeniable that the wave of the sharing economy has promoted the transformation of traditional industries and also brought new opportunities and challenges. The emergence of shared bicycles and electric vehicles has indeed changed people's traditional travel modes, and has also caused the taxi industry and electric vehicle industry to suffer from economic, legal, and management impacts and unprecedented challenges.

But in the opinion of Xiaobian, pork sellers can't drive away all beef sellers because the beef is cheap. Similarly, taxis cannot find other people because they can't make money. Instead, they should improve their service quality and service level so that the problem can be solved fundamentally.

After all, this era has become too fast, and most industries have been hit just a moment: with online stores, people are not willing to go to physical stores; with Didi, people are not willing to wait in line for taxis; With the self-media and Internet comprehensives, only grandpas are still watching TV; with Alipay, you don't even have to go to the bank ... Zhang Quanling once said in a speech that this time throws away yours At that time, I did n’t even say goodbye.

To a certain extent, no one's cake has actually moved in sharing electric vehicles. It just follows the tide of the times and appears in the right place at the right time. And you are still immersed in the old sales model of closing the door, baking on fire, waiting for customers to come.