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Small 3-Wheel Electric Vehicles Gaining Popularity in China's Cities

The price of a three-wheel EV ranges from $600 to $1,500—making it highly affordable.

Published: 20-Apr-2012

Small three-wheel electric cars are becoming popular in densely populated cities across China, especially Beijing.

This is because owners don’t need a license to drive an electric vehicle, or EV, as it’s currently not classified as a car in China. And commuters can use the city’s bike lanes to dodge the notorious traffic congestions.

It’s a convenient mode of transport for many.

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