Ola Electric Scooter Fire: Bhavish Aggarwal says that fire is very rare, such incidents can happen in future also.

New Delhi: The news of a fire in an electric scooter in recent days has created an atmosphere of fear in the minds of people regarding EV safety. One of the e-scooters to catch fire is the Ola electric scooter. Bhavish Aggarwal, owner of Ola Electric Scooters, said about the incidents in Avis- “Electric scooters […]
 


Ola Electric Scooter Fire: Bhavish Aggarwal says that fire is very rare, such incidents can happen in future also.

New Delhi: The news of a fire in an electric scooter in recent days has created an atmosphere of fear in the minds of people regarding EV safety. One of the e-scooters to catch fire is the Ola electric scooter. Bhavish Aggarwal, owner of Ola Electric Scooters, said about the incidents in Avis- “Electric scooters rarely catch fire, but it can happen anytime in future.”

Recently, Ola’s e-scooter has become quite a trend on social media as there have been reports of fire in Ola’s electric scooter, while a man allegedly lost his electric scooter due to lack of proper range and wasted on petrol. Put. Also a man pulled his new Ola e-scooter from the donkey. The company, backed by Japan’s SoftBank Group, has recalled more than 1,400 e-scooters and hired outside experts to investigate the cause. However, the Government of India is very strict against the companies making the vehicles regarding the incidents of fire in the scooters.

When asked about the fire that broke out at a private function on Sunday, Ola CEO Bhavish Agarwal said, “There will be such incidents in future, but we are committed to ensure that we address every issue. Has there been any improvement?” fix them.

According to Bhavish, such incidents are rare, although the company has previewed a new operating system for its products. Beyond electric vehicles (EVs), fire safety is a widespread issue in the automobile industry. Petrol-fueled vehicles require more quality control regulations than the EV industry.