Where is the way out for shared electric vehicles in 2020?
With the emergence of the shared bicycle boom, shared electric vehicles have also become one of the tool choices for people to travel. However, with the investment in shared electric vehicles, people have different views on shared electric vehicles. One is to support the management of relevant departments. They believe that although shared electric vehicles are convenient for the people, their launch should also be based on the basis of national and local laws and regulations. On the road, there is no threshold, just scan the code and go, and it is not equipped with a safety helmet, and no license plate, which brings more pressure to traffic safety and traffic police law enforcement! The other is that urban management should be humanized, and more consideration should be given to the actual needs of the citizens. "Shared electric vehicles can bring convenience to the people. Why can't the relevant departments bring convenience to shared electric vehicles?"
So, as a means of transportation that is convenient for people to travel, what are the hidden dangers of shared electric vehicles? Where is the way out in 2020?
1. Lack of management when the limelight is on the rise. In the past two years, the trend of shared electric vehicles has swept across the country, but few people have come forward to manage and stop it. Nowadays, the places that should not be stopped and the places that can not be parked are filled with various shared electric vehicles, and everyone discovered that the original proliferation of shared electric vehicles has begun to affect the normal management order of the city.
2. Some black sheep disrupted the situation. Everyone finds that when shared electric vehicles are profitable, a large amount of capital flows into the industry, and various small and medium-sized shared electric vehicle brands are madly launched. They do not apply for, license, or manage, and just want to lie down and make money. The resulting vehicle maintenance problems, the problem of fraudulent deposits, and the rapid proliferation of urban management problems have completely smashed the reputation of shared electric vehicles.
3. Safety factor. Most shared electric vehicles are unlicensed and unlicensed, and do not provide safety helmets. The safety hazards arising from this are the most unignorable. This is also the most criticized problem of shared electric vehicles so far.
In the opinion of the editor of PXID Electric Bicycle Design Company, the rise of the sharing economy must be supported by market demand. In some large cities with heavy traffic, the emergence of shared electric vehicles does share part of the traffic pressure. Urban management is of course very important, but it should be humanized and rational use of social resources, instead of banning indiscriminately across the board.