a couple of incidents of Okinawa electric scooters burning up as a result of
the lithium ion battery catching fire, the company Okinawa Autotech, has announced
that it will recall 3215 units of Praise Pro scooters to fix any issue related
to batteries with immediate effect.
going to press, we got the news that an Okinawa dealership in Tamil Nadu has
caught fire. Thick black smoke was emanating from the shop on a busy street in
the state. Electric two wheelers of several companies that included Okinawa,
Ola Electric, and even Jitendra EV have caught fire in the recent past. In fact
around 40 EVs of Jitendra EV caught fire as they were about to be transported
in a truck.
the temperature set to rise further in the summer season across the country,
electric 2 wheelers are being looked at with a sense of trepidation because of
the increasing number of fire involving electric two wheelers.
is part of its comprehensive power pack health check-up camps, the company
announced. The batteries will be checked for loose connectors or any damage and
be repaired free of charge at any of the Okinawa authorised dealerships pan
India. The electric 2W maker is working closely with the dealer partners to
ensure that the repair experience is as per the convenience of its customers,
for which the vehicle owners will be contacted individually.
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