With the in-depth implementation of the helmet policy, it has also triggered an unprecedented large-scale heated discussion among electric vehicle users. This is not! Recently, the Wuxi Municipal People's Government issued the "Notice on the Implementation Time and Area of Wearing Safety Helmets for Driving Electric Bicycles", which clearly stipulates that from August 1st, driving and riding electric bicycles in Wuxi city must wear safety helmets.
The notice mentioned that anyone who violates this notice will be punished by the traffic management department of the public security organ in accordance with Article 41 of the Regulations on the Administration of Electric Bicycles of Jiangsu Province.
The punishment measures are as follows:
"E-bike riders who fail to wear safety helmets in accordance with regulations shall be warned by the traffic management department of the public security organ or be fined between 20 yuan and 50 yuan."
Although the amount of punishment is not much, the palms and backs of the hands are all fleshy! After all, how much is my hard-earned money, but when the news came out this time, the comments of netizens were different. The comment area appeared more encouraging. Many netizens said that they are responsible for their own safety and the safety of others. It is very important to wear a safety helmet when riding an electric bike.
From the following comments by netizens, we not only found the humor of netizens in Jiangsu, but also saw the humanized governance of the local management department. Some netizens said: "How can it be implemented on August 1st? Didn’t it start on July 1st? The old man has been rehearsing for a whole month!" And the manager also responded to this: "July is mainly persuasion, and August is officially punished." There are many comments like this.
Presumably, the reason why the management department has not been ridiculed by users is the wisdom of the management staff. The "Regulations on the Management of Electric Bicycles in Jiangsu Province" will be implemented from July 1st, and the fine for not wearing a helmet will be implemented from August 1st. As a transition and buffer period in July, the traffic police will persuade, publicize and educate cyclists, and give the people time to accept and adapt to the new regulations.
Seeing this, what I want to say is that this is the harmonious state that grassroots personnel and managers should have. As for policy across the board, it is the last straw that crushes and coexists in harmony. Regional management should be more people-oriented and governed by emotion. The principles are thoroughly implemented, so that it can be deeply rooted in the hearts of the people and allow travel safety to enter thousands of households.