The number of various motorcycles in Vietnam exceeds 45 million, which is equivalent to owning one for every two Vietnamese. In Vietnam, motorcycles are the absolute protagonists of the road. It is not unusual for six people to ride in a single vehicle. They are all good riders on motorcycles! Traveling in Vietnam is a life-threatening task. Cross your heart, look at the front with anger, look at the motorcycle as nothing, and rush forward without stopping …
And as the world ’s number one motorcycle kingdom, Vietnam, the huge number of motorcycles, people who go to Vietnam will be deeply impressed. In big cities such as the capital Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, the streets are full of flying motorcycles, the capital In the streets and alleys of Ho Chi Minh City, the roar of motorcycles is deafening. Every red light can be brushed out and discharged to one hundred. Even the roadside roads are sloped to facilitate the use of motorcycles at any time. When the green lights pass At that time, a momentum of rushing out of the track scared foreign tourists into a cold sweat.
As a result, in this overwhelmed and overwhelmed city, the call for “forbidden motorcycles” is growing. People say, “Forbid motorcycles! Forbid motorcycles!” Guess what do government departments say? “Well, after thinking about it, we are going to ban private cars.” … Why is Vietnam not restricted? The government believes that the banned and restricted measures have resulted in abnormally crowded public transportation, and the city’s buses and railways have become extremely crowded because of this measure. As far as the current economic situation is concerned, many residents’ economic capacity has not been reached. The requirement to buy a car makes driving a motorcycle the best option for the average commuter.
Someone actually rides VESPA. This is a local tyrant.
It seems that men, women, and children in Vietnam are good at driving motorcycles, especially Vietnamese girls, who cover each one tightly: wearing a hat and sunglasses, under the sunglasses is a special masked cloth, not a simple circle around a scarf , But a special cotton mask, like the second-generation upgrade products for children’s bibs, can be lifted from the neck to the face.
The body is more distinctive. The short-sleeved top is matched with sleeves. It sounds weird, but it looks harmonious. The sleeves are still the kind of gauze fabric that is more delicate by hand. It is not a single color to prevent the cuffs from soiling when we were young. Sleeves, trousers and slippers on the lower body.
This is probably the ethnic group where women are most afraid of sunburn, so I rarely see the faces of Vietnamese women on motorcycles, with their heads dressed like robbers, but their waists are slender, and they are not related to robbery.
There were not so many motorcycles in Vietnam more than a decade ago. At that time, motorcycles made in Japan were quite expensive, costing about 3,000 US dollars, so few people owned motorcycles. But now when many cheap motorcycles invade, they are suddenly on the road. It ’s all filled up by motorcycles. Driving in Vietnam is obviously very bullish, because the car tax is so high that it is more than twice the price of the car. Therefore, except for large trucks, all people who drive are generally the symbol of rich people. When faced with a motorcycle array like a locust, Qian Ren couldn’t show any advantage and couldn’t speed up at all, because the motorcycle lane is much larger than the car lane. The only benefit may be that there is air conditioning in the car, which is far less than The motor is flexible, see stitches.
According to Vietnam’s economic development and residents’ income situation, it is estimated that by 2020, about 100 million residents can have their own means of transportation, especially motorcycles. In addition, motorcycles can also carry inconvenient goods on buses and trains, saving a lot of trouble for public transportation. It is expected that free travel of motorcycles and scooters will be realized in 2025. The traffic safety department under the Ministry of Transport of Vietnam is responsible for It is believed that under the current underdeveloped and inadequate public transport conditions in Hanoi, a “ban on motorcycles” is not realistic. Unless the construction of four to five rail public transport lines is accelerated, discussions on “ban on motorcycles” will be possible by 2020. But this also faces the dilemma of urban layout: due to the narrow roads in some urban areas, buses can only pass in some blocks.
Currently, Hanoi has more than 5 million two-wheeled motorcycles, an increase of 19,000 units per month. It is estimated that by 2020, 6 million motorcycles will be on the roads of Hanoi. One way to solve traffic congestion is to scientifically manage motor vehicles. In contrast, motorcycles can travel lightly in urban streets and lanes, becoming an indispensable tool to make up for the lack of public transportation.
Some experts suggested that it should not be motorcycles but private cars. 50% to 75% of traffic congestion in Hanoi is caused by private cars, and official statistics show that 75% of car accidents are caused by private cars. The number of private cars in Hanoi In the past 10 years, the rate of growth has increased by 200%. According to experts, restrictions on private cars are imperative, or Hanoi’s traffic will eventually be paralyzed.
During my visit to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, I noticed that in these two representative cities in Vietnam, the motorcycles running on the streets were either Japanese Honda, Suzuki or Yamaha, although occasionally several Taiwanese-made vehicles Sanyang, but without Jialing, Lifan and Zongshen as we know it. Chinese motorcycles in the Vietnamese market are not as good as they used to be.
“When Chinese motorcycles first came to Vietnam, they were indeed loved by many Vietnamese people because of their low prices, especially some Vietnamese families whose income levels were not very high.
However, at that time, although the price of Chinese motorcycles was only 1/3 or 1/4 of Japanese motorcycles, it will be found that the life expectancy is also 1/3 or 1/4 of Japanese motorcycles.
Japanese motorcycles can be used for 10 years, while Chinese motorcycles have been scrapped for three or two years, and Chinese motorcycles have high fuel consumption, and they have gradually become unloved by Vietnamese. “
Mr. Chen, of Chinese descent, said, “In Vietnam, motorcycles are still a symbol of social status and status. Most people think that riding a Japanese brand motorcycle, although more expensive, looks very decent.”
“The quality of motorcycles made in China is not good. They often break in two or three years. Our store has not sold Chinese brand motorcycles for many years.” A salesperson of a motorcycle specialty store said bluntly, “The store There are several low-end Honda motorcycles that use Chinese-made engines or are assembled in China. However, because of the poor quality of Chinese motorcycles in the past, customers are generally not recommended to buy them. Now, Japan’s Honda and Yamaha motorcycles sell the most. “Good”, the quality problem is the main problem of Chinese motorcycles reflected by the Vietnamese. One of the lessons that Chinese motorcycle brands fade out of Vietnam is that companies rely on strength and product quality to speak.