eBikeGo to launch its own fleet of low-speed scooters

eBikeGo to launch its own fleet of low-speed scooters Techiexpert.com

eBikeGo, which is India first-ever electric bike rental and delivery platform, has now revealed to launch of its own fleet of low-speed scooters recently. Low-speed scooters can get charged at a very faster pace and can even cover around 150 KM per charge.

Low-speed scooters can even handle a total weight of around 220 KG and can even go up to the speed of around 25 KM/hour.

“We are extremely happy to announce the launch of our own low-speed scooters which will be really helpful for the delivery executives as these scooters do not require a driving license, so people without driving license can start earning immediately. Also, these low-speed scooters are very cost-effective in terms of renting and charging the battery.

This addition in our portfolio will be one step ahead in our endeavor of reducing vehicular pollution in the cities and making deliveries green as intended by the people and various state governments.” said Dr. Irfan Khan, Founder, eBikeGo.

As of now, eBikeGo has already been working with some of the corporate firms like the Go Stops, Zomato, Delhi Very, Ferns N Petals, Delhivery, VPledge, and some others for the Business to Business sharing business of rides and is already operational in cities like the Agraa, Ludhiana, Jaipur, Delhi, and Amritsar.

It is good for all types of delivery executives who are not having a driving license as they can even start earning by renting low-speed electric scooters.

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Written by Udit Agarwal

Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies,

Udit can be reached at [email protected]

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