I will definitely go ahead and buy a new bike and take a test ride on the bike,” said Rajesh Bhattacharya, a student from Rajasthan’s Gautam Budh Nagar district.
He had just finished his final exam for his BTech degree.”
He was referring to the government’s initiative, where students are asked to buy a test bike and go for a ride on it in the presence of a government official. “
I will take the test with a group of people and will give my answer on how I ride my bike.”
He was referring to the government’s initiative, where students are asked to buy a test bike and go for a ride on it in the presence of a government official.
The bike is required to be equipped with a GPS and wireless connectivity and the person who rides on it is required at least two hours to reach the designated test site.
It was announced in December last year that students will have to buy their own test bikes.
The bikes will be sold for Rs. 2,000 each and the cost will be Rs. 20,000.
The bikes will also be sold in the state’s cities, the government has said.
The bike-share scheme is being rolled out across all the states and the union territories of the country with more than 10,000 test bikes now on offer.