Bike on Rent facility approved in Delhi, similar to the state of Goa to boost tourism
Delhi Transport Department today has approved the plan of Bike on Rent facility in the New Delhi. This move has been approved in mind while aiming at tourist and providing last mile connectivity to tourism in the state and local individual as well. The procedure is quite simple if you want to get into this business. There will be licenses that will be issued for motorcycles which can be hired for use by individuals and tourists.
The Licensee should have a minimum of five motorcycles to be rented along with office space of 150 square feet as proof and to start this business. These motorcycles will be commercially registered and given contract carriage permit as well. Last time when everyone across a similar facility was available in the state Goa, where usually tourist can rent a motorcycle or a scooter for a day against the payment of daily charge with other expenses on the rider such as fuel. The “bike taxi” services are still not made available like other Asian cities because of security reasons says the government.
Rent Rates of Motorcycles in Delhi :
- Harley Davidson Super-low – Rs.4500
- Kawasaki Ninja 650 – Rs.4500
- Suzuki Hayabusa – Rs.4000
- Hyosung Aquila 250 – Rs.3000
- Kawasaki Ninja 250 – Rs.3000
- Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 – Rs.1200
- Yamaha R15 – Rs.900
- KTM Duke 200 – Rs.900
- Royal Enfield Standard – Rs.900
- Bajaj Pulsar 220/NS200/ Avenger – Rs.700
- Bajaj Discover/ Pulsar 135 – Rs.500
- Hero Splendor – Rs.400
- Gearless Scooter – Activa/Jupiter – Rs. 500
Tourism department plans these bikes renting parlours will be available usually at metro stations, ISBTs and railway stations and important places across the capital, which will indeed the perfect place to start and waiting for public transport to take you places won’t be necessary if you can afford the bike rentals. The people who want to rent these motorcycles will be required to submit their identity at counter. Official claims that Transport department will notify the proposal by the end of this month. This is a good move by the government as our cities are ideal for two-wheelers than four-wheeler considering traffic conditions and small roads.