It can be said that 2020 is the most difficult year for everyone. The number of employees is shrinking, the epidemic will come and go, and some people ridicule: The biggest goal in 2020 is to live.
For the electric vehicle industry, it is even more dire. From the new national standard policy in 2019 to the helmet policy in 2020, one step at a time. Of course, during this period, some small manufacturers and some small workshops without production qualifications have been eliminated. It may be said that it is not user-friendly, but from the perspective of the entire industry, it has rectified the industry order.
Now that we have entered the second half of 2020, the efforts to rectify electric vehicles are constantly escalating. Local governments and regulatory agencies have implemented the New Deal. From licensing, to manned, to helmets, the electric vehicle market has since entered a phased and continuous market. In the state of rectification, various regions have begun to conduct targeted supervision on major issues such as over-standard vehicles, fake license plates, and modification.
Not only that, supervision in some regions has been upgraded again. This time it is mainly aimed at improving the speed of electric vehicles. Of course, this improvement is not a whim. Not only users of electric vehicles found this time will be punished, but related dealers will not escape.
Let us first review the new national standard policy for electric vehicles:
The new national standard electric bicycle must have the ability to pedal, the maximum design speed does not exceed 25 km/h, the weight of the vehicle (including battery) does not exceed 55 kg, the motor power does not exceed 400 watts, and the battery voltage does not exceed 48 volts. Technical requirements for tamper resistance, fire resistance, flame retardancy, and charger protection have also been added.
01. Test the vehicle speed on site, you have to be careful!
Nowadays, the rectification action has been upgraded again. The relevant departments have dispatched a large number of personnel to set up points at important intersections with heavy traffic to directly conduct field tests on the speed of the new national standard vehicles.
Supervisors set aside an area for on-site speed measurement of new national standard vehicles. As long as the speed exceeds the speed limit of 25km/h, they will be punished. One case is found and one case is punished. If you want to run, you can’t run.
02. Follow the vines and have dealers recruited
Speaking of the speed of 25km/h, it is really unacceptable, so that the sales of the new national standard electric bicycles on the market are unsightly.
Because of consumers' consideration of vehicle speed, coupled with market demand, there are many audacious merchants who will revamp the vehicle speed, usually multiple batteries or speed regulation to meet consumers' requirements for speed and battery life.
When on-site testing encounters illegal modification, it is conceivable that supervisors can catch upstream dealers just by following the vine. It is precisely because of this that some dealers have been recruited and fined.
03. What is needed behind management is joint efforts
Since the implementation of the new national standard policy, it is not difficult to find that all regions are working hard, but there are still people with fluke mentality (including consumers + dealers), riding deeds, manned vehicles, and dealers to help you modify them. Speed, then what is the use of short-term governance by the regulatory authorities?
Therefore, behind the management, what is needed is the joint efforts of everyone and the practical policies that fit the users. Teaching students in accordance with their aptitude is a better way to manage better. Blindly penalizing will cause social dissatisfaction and eradicate this dissatisfaction. Regulations, or starting from the source, simply punish consumers, may not have long-term effective results.
The last thing to say to the dealers is, don't fall into the pit for immediate benefits, pay attention to policies, and operate legally to face the increasingly fierce rectification storm.
For users, we also need to grasp the basic policy trends, analyze and judge what kind of car can be purchased, and what kind of car is resolutely not to buy, making a good decision is the key.