Another Ola S1 Pro user reports a suspension failure while driving

Another similar incident occurred a few weeks after the Ola S1 Pro user reported that the suspension broke during use.

Several photos that appeared online on April 15 show the Ola S1 Pro with a broken front suspension. While driving the scooter, all the front wheels and forks came out, but the driver escaped with serious injuries. A spokesman for Ola Electric declined to comment. However, today it became known that the owner of the car completely broke the front suspension while using it.

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This is the second case of Ola electric scooter being stopped while in motion.

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No casualties were reported

The car owner shared the incident on Facebook and wrote:“Hello everyone, anyone who has encountered such problems. Thank God nothing happened to my son and me. My scooter broke in the middle of the road at a speed of 45 km / h when applying the front and rear brakes. If the owner has to be trusted, this is a serious quality violation, which again raises questions about the quality of the scooter. Already, the Ola S1 Pro has been in the public eye for quality issues reported by many owners. In fact, the EV manufacturer has received a lot of criticism from social network users after threatening to sue if they do not delete the posts on social networks on issues related to the car.

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Fortunately, no one was hurt in the latest incident and the Ola S1 Pro doesn’t seem to need major repairs to recover. Unfortunately, there have been several reports of software bugs and quality issues, which has led to a sharp drop in excitement around the EV. As for the latter situation, such scandals not only spoil the property experience, but also pose a serious threat to the safety of the user, as well as other road users. Earlier this year, another owner of an electric scooter said he could get out of a sticky situation when his car automatically switched to a reverse model at high speeds.

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Ola Electric was summoned by the government after DRDO found serious problems with the battery

ola s1 pro fire incident
A few months ago, a video showed a new Ola S1 Pro on the road burning.

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Following numerous fires in electric two-wheelers, the central government has instructed the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) to investigate these scandals. Finally, DRDO’s Center for Fire, Explosion and Environmental Safety (CFEES) has submitted its report. He reported serious faults in the batteries. Poor battery design and defective EV modules were reported as the main causes of the fires. According to the Economic Times, these defects are due to low-grade materials used by manufacturers to reduce production costs. The government has now invited manufacturers such as Ola Electric, Okinawa and Pure EV to find out why these companies are using low quality material.

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