DOT, the first eBike Service Indian Company brings Green Mobility with MyDOT
The Gurgaon-based Green Mobility startup’s MyDOT is for Android users
DOT, the first ebike service Indian company brings green mobility has launched MyDOT app that is a android based app available on Google Play. The Gurgaon based startup has taken a big initiative with a motive of reducing carbon footprint in the cities of India. The beginning has happened in Gurgaon city in the NCR region as a pilot project. It has completed 1 lac kilometres. Next objectives are to launch these initiatives in various other cities including Delhi, Goa, and so on. Vineet Mehra, Founder of this Green Mobility innovative ebike service company probably felt the need of it and thus launched MyDot app.
This green mobility ebike service company plans to launch ebikes (electrical bikes), electrical rickshaws (erickshaws) and electric buses (ebuses) as their expansion plan. The company desires to bring in sustainability in the transport model in a greener way by least offending the environment. The company plans to run its vehicles with no noise or air pollution. DOT would be using all electrical vehicles thereby reducing carbon footprints. Air pollution is among the major concerns in India and this initiative is something what the country needs in various verticals.
The way number of new vehicles landing on the road is phenomenally threatening to look at the exponential increase in the pollution levels in the country. There is a need of disruption in the conventional transportation model in the country that consumes fuel thus increasing carbon dioxide and other toxic gases levels in the air. You can download MyDot mobile app from Google Play to enjoy DOT ebike services and help them in bringing green mobility. You can also dial 7029770297 from your smartphone to get a direct link through sms to download the app.
My only concern is that on one hand the increasing number of e-vehicles will definitely help in decreasing air and noise pollution thus reducing country’s carbon footprints. On the other hand, these electrical vehicles will consume a large amount of electricity for recharging of their batteries thus increasing load on electrical production and availability. Can these vehicles have a solar panel on their top in a secured manner to keep recharging the vehicle’s batteries on the go?