Gemopai offers annual roadside assistance and personal accident coverage with electric vehicles

The company will provide roadside assistance for one year and Rs. 1 lakh accidental death benefit for one year with every Gemopai electric vehicle.

Electric two-wheeler manufacturer Gemopai has announced a free annual offer of roadside assistance plan and personal accident coverage with the purchase of every Gemopai electric vehicle. The company also offers a free 3-year service and warranty for every Gemopai electric two-wheeler. The service scheme, dubbed "Gemopai Secure", will be applicable to all models sold from 15 February 2021. The offer aims to reduce the cost of ownership of the electric two-wheeler vehicle for the customer.

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Gemopai has over 70 sales agencies across the country, with each agency mandated to manage the service center. The company is currently focused on building its fleet of Indian-built electric vehicles and is launching complimentary offers with every purchase. However, customers can renew their Roadside Assistance plan at any Gemopai dealer after its expiration date.

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ment launches ‘Switch Delhi’ campaign to promote electric vehicles

Gemopai is a joint venture between Goreen E-Mobility and Opai Electric, one of the world's largest electric vehicle manufacturers. Opai has more than 15 years of experience in manufacturing high-quality electric two-wheelers and has sold more than 15 million two-wheel electric vehicles worldwide. Goreen E-Mobility and Opai have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for joint technology transfer and cooperation agreements to further develop two-wheeled electric vehicle models for the Indian market.

On the upcoming offer, Amit Raj Singh, Co-Founder, Gemopai Electric, says, "Thanks to the benefits offered by the gove
ment, the market is seeing a lot of good traction for electric scooters. These vehicles are becoming increasingly popular because of their low running costs, especially in the wake of increasing fuel prices which make ICE (inte
al combustion engine) based scooters expensive to afford. The upcoming offers is just another way to build confidence among the EV buyers to switch to electric."

Also Read: Electric vehicles’ global sales jump 39% in 2020, 3.1 million units sold


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