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Finally Ola Has Recall 1441 units of Ola S1 Pro electric scooter, will be investigated, fire broke out last month

Recall 1441 units of Ola S1 Pro electric scooter, will be investigated, fire broke out last month

An electric scooter has caught fire, creating an atmosphere of fear. Last month, an Ola S1 Pro electric scooter caught fire in Pune. The video went viral on social media. Learn the details.

Ola S1 Pro
Ola S1 Pro

Ola S1 Pro Electric Scooter Recalls

There have been several incidents of electric scooter fires in India in the last few days. The electric scooter that caught fire. That includes wet electric scooters. Ola Electric Scooter has now recalled 1441 units of its S1 Pro model. The company said that the Ola One S1 Pro will be tested for batteries, thermals and safety. Also special facilities will be provided to the customers. In the last few days, electric scooters of companies like Okinawa and Pure EV along with Ola Electric have caught fire. It also killed one person.

Finally Ola S1 Pro will be Investigated

Ola S1 Pro
S1 Pro

Ola Electric said on Monday that it was recalling a total of 1,441 units of the S1 Pro Meanwhile, an electric scooter caught fire in Pune last month. Now Ola Electric is going to diagnose this scooter. Also check the battery with Safety to find out what’s wrong with it. It will be investigated. Ola Electric is investigating a fire in its scooter. It will be clear in the coming days what caused the fire in the wet electric scooter.

What did Nitin Gadkari say …

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had expressed concern after a fire broke out in an electric scooter. It was also said that strict action would be taken against the culprits. Relevant vehicle lines will be issued for inspection of electric vehicles in the near future. Nitin Gadkari had formed an expert committee to investigate the accident in which an electric scooter caught fire. If any company is found guilty in the investigation, it can be fined heavily. Orders will also be issued to recall all defective products.

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