Welcome to the "New Normal" of the world that this pandemic has brought upon us. However, there is nothing ordinary about this course of life. As we would say, what the future holds is unknown, and for most of its part, the unknown is what makes us humans vulnerable, and that is how fear sweeps into our minds. But it looks like the world we are in right now will be the new normal as of now, and as researchers suggest, everything has changed for an indefinite period.
There is nothing we can control but learn to find new ways to be more adaptable and self-reliant.

The primary factor that will play it's role because of this novel corona virus COVID-19 is 'Social Distancing'. The pandemic demands us to stay indoors or avoid crowds, all in all, meeting fewer people and doing work from proximity. Therefore, the new measures to be implemented have to be in accord with keeping social distancing in mind. The ways have to be befitting for the people, businesses, and administration to allow smooth functioning for a long time.
But we cannot overrule the fact that we will need to travel from time to time, but it is not so safe or apt to be going by public transport during this scenario. Everyone is now dependent on personal vehicles for their safety.
PM Narendra Modi emphasized the need to electrify vehicles in the Global Mobility Summit held in New Delhi. "Charged mobility is the way forward. We want to drive investments across the the value chain from batteries to smart charging to Electric Vehicle manufacturing," said Narendra Modi in the summit.

And there is nothing better than an affordable electric bike for those who still don't own their vehicles. It is pocket-friendly, Eco-friendly, sustainable, and the best part; you almost spend nothing to move around. As market researchers suggest, that the sales for electric vehicles are about to rise in the coming future since they are so affordable for the common man. Just think about it,
you will no longer spend a tremendous amount of money on petrol and even better, easily avoid petrol pumps as they are quite crowded most of the time.

In general, people tend to choose public transport just because it helps them save, but according to stats, electric vehicles could save up to seven times the cost on average. People are less aware that electric vehicle costs 18 paise/km. It is the best alternative in terms of its affordability and the fact that we have to keep social distancing in mind while not harming the environment and, at the same time, spending almost zero. It can be one of the best ways that will help us to take a step forward to accept our new normal.