EVs vs Motor Vehicles

EVs vs Motor Vehicles

Heavy traffic and congested roads are not a surprise anymore in metropolitans, and when it comes to Indian cities like Bangalore, Pune, Delhi, it is a huge issue for the people and vehicles. A ten or twenty minute journey often turns out to be an hour long when faced with the traffic. It ends up draining your energy and putting you in a very bad mood. The pollution rate severely harms the society and the environment. The weather today is changing drastically and it is high time that we start taking measures to counter it. One of the most efficient ways to counter the problem would be to take measures in the mode of transportation. Transportation today consists of motor vehicles, i.e cars, buses or bikes. These motor vehicles cover the majority of the traffic and it is not surprising that from these vehicles, the emission of carbon dioxide and other harmful gases is immense. The effect is very evidently seen in the frequent change of weather. The rising temperature is a proof of the fact that the living conditions on this planet are altering. Furthermore, motor vehicles incur a lot of expenditure. The petrol and diesel prices are steadily increasing and there hardly seems any scope for a drop any time soon. The same complaint exists in bus fares, prices of fuel and prices of vehicles. With prices going up the ladder, it becomes a headache for the citizens when it comes to commuting. Adding to all these, the traffic every day is a huge issue when it comes to the people going to office and students going to colleges and universities. You get up in the morning all energetic and then imagine being stuck on the roads for hours before you reach your destination!

There is one solution to all these problems – Electric Vehicles. Today in various parts of the world, electric vehicles are opted for transportation. But how would electric vehicles help? The answer is pretty simple. The electronic vehicles, as the name suggests, runs on charge and electricity. So you need not worry anymore about prices of or refilling  the tank with diesel or petrol. When it comes to traffic, the electronic vehicles are light and do not take up much space and they run smoothly. Hence, the answer to avoiding the traffic congestion on roads and helping you reach your destination on time. To top all that, it is free of gas emissions. It majorly requires electricity, and at times, manual power to run the vehicles. This comes as a huge boost when the conditions of the planet are considered.

The electric cycles and cars today are growing in numbers on the streets abroad to tackle the various transportation issues. It is high time that our country also takes up this mode of commute to help smoothen the way we travel. Yulu has taken the initiative in India to protect the country and make commute easier and fun rather than frustrating. It rents cycles at reduced rates to the public and hence promoting a greener and better environment. To support the cause, all you need to do is scan and rent a cycle using the Yulu app and pedal the change for a better and greener tomorrow.

Pedal the change.

Author: Yulu

Yulu's vision is to reduce traffic congestion by providing a scalable, affordable, efficient and clean solution for the first mile, last mile, and short distance commute. We strongly believe that short commute mode can be made more Efficient, Affordable and GREEN, thereby ensuring that future generations will have a healthy environment to live. We want to replace big personal vehicles with a smaller form factor that does not require fossil fuel. We are using IoT technology to create a vast network of shared dockless bicycles that can be rented easily by a user-friendly app in pay per use business model. We are a mission-driven company based out of India with a solid founding team and big ambitions. At Yulu we believe that every day is a mission and success is exciting when its attained with fun and as a team. If you want to solve the problem of traffic congestion, reduce pollution, positively impact the society, let's have a conversation to partner in our journey to shape a new India for our future generations.

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