Softbank-backed Ola Electric To Recall 1,441 E-scooters

India launched an investigation into the fires last month, and formed a committee of experts to make recommendations on remedial steps. Okinawa recalled 3,215 vehicles this month. Softbank-backed Ola Electric said on Sunday it will recall 1,441 of its electric scooters, weeks after one of its vehicles caught fire, prompting a government probe into the incident. Scooters involving Indian start-ups Okinawa and PureEV have also been involved in fires, in what some say could be an early setback for a nascent sector that is key to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s…

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Government Orders Probe In Ola Electric Scooter Fire Incident

The Centre for Fire Explosive and Environment Safety (CFEES) has been asked to probe the circumstances that led to the incident and also suggest remedial measures, according to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways The government has ordered a probe into the incident of an Ola electric scooter catching fire in Pune last week. The Centre for Fire Explosive and Environment Safety (CFEES) has been asked to probe the circumstances that led to the incident and also suggest remedial measures, according to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH). In…

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Ola Electric’s First Product, The Electric Scooter To Be Launched On August 15th

Bhavish Agarwal CEO of Ola Electric today on Twitter announced the launched date of the Ola Electric Scooter in India. The Electric Scooter will be one of the first products coming from Ola Electric’s Future Factory, One of the largest 2 wheeler factories in the world. The Ola Scooter will make its official debut on the 15th of August. Full specifications, product details, and availability details will be shared on the launch date. Ola Electric had open the bookings for its Scooter on July 15th at a reservation fee of…

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