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Scope of E Rickshaws:
Before going to discuss the scope of electric rickshaws, we have to understand the importance of these battery operated rickshaws in our day to day life. The first benefit of an electric rickshaw is its non-polluting nature. It doesn’t contribute to air pollution as it works on the electric battery which makes them environment-friendly and these types of vehicles are in great demand in the current scenario in our country.

Second and one of the most important aspects of these e rickshaws are their contribution to the economy, as thousands of individuals become self-employed and they are earning their livings by driving these battery rickshaws on daily basis. This is the reason why we saw thousands of electric rickshaws in our cities. As per the survey of many agencies, it is believed that electric rickshaws will replace nearly 2 cores of normal rickshaws (manually pulled rickshaws) in India. This clearly indicates that the market of e rickshaw will saw lots of new changes in near future as it is in its early stages.

Distinguish Normal Rickshaw and E Rickshaw:e rickshaw
E-Rickshaw As we discussed just before, the word rickshaw’s origins lie in the Japanese language, and it literally translates to “a human-powered vehicle”. The rickshaw is one of the oldest modes of transport, and it was first introduced in the late 19th century. Few years back, only normal manually pulled rickshaws were there which are generally of three-wheeled and small in size also. The person, who rides the rickshaw, has to pull it manually. Normally rickshaws are used to transport goods, products or people from one area to another area which has lots of limitation in traveling distance and load capacity. But in Current Scenario, these rickshaws are integrated with the electric engine which uses the electric power through its battery (which is rechargeable) and can easily commute from one place to another with minimal efforts as compared to manually pulled rickshaws in less time duration. Even these electric rickshaws can load more weight and number of passengers can travel at a time.

Need of E-rickshaw:
As population increases there came to a need for the fast & eco-friendly mode of transports. Then started the evolution of electric vehicles especially E- rickshaws and electric automobiles. So many technologies were there which supported a reliable battery and the weight of the needed number of batteries elevated the price of making an electric vehicle.

Inventor of Electric vehicle:
Robert Davidson, an inventor from Scotland appears to have been the builder of the first electric car in 1837. But manufacturing and making business with those cars didn’t happen until the 1890s. After 1890’s that electric cars were manufactured and sold in Europe and America. During the late 1890s, United States roads started populating by more electric automobiles.

Design and Construction of E-rickshaws:
Designing of any vehicle or device plays an important role in the functioning of it. These E-rickshaws have mild steel tubular frames. It consists of three or four wheels depending on the model. The wheels work at differential mechanism accordingly. The motor fixed in e-rickshaw is brushless DC (Direct Current) motor. These rickshaws are mostly manufactured in China and India. The electrical system used in designing is 48V in India and Bangladesh use the 60V electrical system.

Body Design of E-rickshaw:
Coming to the body design of rickshaw, generally, the China version of manufacturing e-rickshaws uses iron and aluminum sheets. In India, the E-rickshaw’s body is made of fiber because it is also strong and can assure durability and good resulting in volume maintenance.
There are so many types of body designs of e-rickshaw like load carriers, passenger vehicles, no roof vehicles, full body vehicles and windshield for the comfort of the driver. The battery used for E-rickshaws is mostly lead acid battery and its lifetime is nearly 6 to 12 months. Another main part of e-rickshaw is controlling unit. On the basis of the voltage supplied and current output, the price of controlling unit is decided with the weight of the e-rickshaw matters in designing of it.

Types of E-rickshaws:
I think everyone has the basic idea of how many kinds of e-rickshaws are available around us. Load carriers, passenger carriers, full body and no roof e-rickshaws. The internal parts used in all these kinds may be same like motor, controller, frames, structural aspects but the capacity of all these may increase or decrease depending on the type of e-rickshaw you are using. Every type of e-rickshaw has its own use and importance because they are used for different purposes.

The popularity of electric rickshaw:
Electric rickshaws are most popular in many countries in Asia. Those who want move from one place to another place need any mode of transport. Buses are very rare in any city and timings also different and we can’t go with its timings. So the best option is electric rickshaw or auto which is easily available on roads which have no timings and less charge of money also.

Largest manufacturer in the world:
China is the largest e-rickshaw manufacturer in the world and so many positive reasons are there for this. low labor cost, encouraging government policies on foreign trades which they import daily in a large number and high production rates.

E-Rickshaw in India:
E-Rickshaw Nimbekar Agricultural Research Institute attempted at first to design electric rickshaws was done in the late 1990s. They did modifications in the cycle rickshaw and then converted to e-rickshaw by providing electricity facility to it. People in India are well known about e- rickshaw as they spread all over India. The popularity of e- rickshaws started since 2011 widely.

Low cost and high efficiency are the main reasons for accepting e-rickshaws on streets of India. The design is now much improved from previous design of cycle rickshaw. Initially, Government policies are not supporting in capital cities like Delhi. And E-rickshaws are also banned there but due to increase in the number of e-rickshaws, the government failed to put off them from streets.

Manufacturing in India:
In India also almost all the parts of e-rickshaws are imported from China and assembled here. As the number of manufacturers are less in India, production is less and cost is little higher. They assure warranty on the vehicle. Indian manufacturers are popular because they design unique models and use branded batteries in the construction of e-rickshaw.

FRP body e-rickshaws:
FRP body e-rickshaws are famous in India. Manufacturing of FRP body vehicles also is being in India because importing them china costs more and the price of FRP body vehicles is nearly 1.5 times more than the cost in India.

Service issues:
Lack of established manufacturing companies in India and importing from China, there are so many technical issues with services are rising. This is finally resulting in problems to the customers of China vehicle manufacturing companies. This is the main reason for many Indians to start gaining knowledge about manufacturing and started manufacturing companies on their own and making business.

Government policies for e-rickshaw:
At present, there are nearly 2 crores autos and around 30 lakh e-rickshaws on the road. Chetan Maini, vice-chairman, SUN Mobility said that “The government’s vision of 100% electric mobility by 2030 is the right aspiration”. “India will be one of the largest adopters of electric mobility even if we are able to achieve 50-70%” The Indian Parliament passed an amendment to the Motor Vehicles Bill in March 2015. 2015 started legalizing E-Rickshaws. Battery Rickshaw is available for travel in many metro cities with legal certification to ply with Registration No. plate by R.T.O. with insurance by July 2015.

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