PURE EV Recalls 2,000 Electric Scooters Post Fire Incident
Modified On May 1, 2022 08:21 PM By Nishaad Joshi for PURE EV Epluto 7G
Some units of the ETrance Plus and EPluto 7G e-scooters are recalled
In light of multiple fire incidents, Pure EV in a statement said that they’ve decided to recall about 2,000 units of the ETrance Plus and the EPluto 7G. They’re the second EV manufacturer to do so, since their fellow Hyderabad-based manufacturer Okinawa too recalled more than 3,000 units. Read more about it here.
PURE EV has said that the batteries will be checked for any imbalance issues along with their health. BaTRics Faraday, an AI-system that they’ve developed, will also go through a full check and will be fine-tuned if needed.
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An Ola S1 Pro caught fire last month. Head here to read more about it. Post that, the Centre for Fire Explosive and Environment Safety (CFEES) stepped in, and a probe was ordered into it. Recently Union Minister Nitin Gadkari called for voluntary recalls for malfunctioning EVs. He also talked about heavy penalties for sub-standard EVs.
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