Tamil Nadu Student Develops E-Bike From Bicycle Which Automatically Gets Charged During Ride. See Pics
A student in Tamil Nadu's Madurai developed an e-bike from a bicycle which automatically gets charged during ride.
New Delhi: A student in Tamil Nadu’s Madurai developed an e-bike from a bicycle which automatically gets charged during ride. Dhanush Kumar, an MSc student in Madurai, said he modified his sister’s bicycle to convert it into an electronic-bike. This e-bike can travel up to 40 kms and its battery gets fully charged in 20 kms, Kumar said.
“I converted bicycle my sister got from the govt to e-bike. It can travel up to 40kms & battery gets fully charged in 20 kms,” Kumar was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.
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Earlier, Centre issued a draft notification which urged vehicles to display validity of fitness certificate and registration mark in a prescribed manner. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), in a statement, said that in case of heavy goods/passenger vehicles, medium goods/passenger vehicles and light motor vehicles, the fitness certificate and registration mark shall be exhibited on the upper edge of the left side of the windscreen.
In case of auto-rickshaws, e-rickshaws, e-carts and quadricycles too it shall be exhibited on the upper edge of the left side of the windscreen, if fitted. For motorcycles, the fitness certificate and registration mark shall be displayed on a conspicuous part of the vehicle.
According to the notification, vehicles will have to display the information in yellow colour on blue background in type Arial bold script. The move was aimed at preventing vehicles without proper fitness certificates and expired registration to be kept off the roads.
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