Many car owners in Delhi have reported dissatisfaction with the Odd-Even scheme and have reported being unable to cope with the adjustments the scheme requires of them. However, the fight for clean air is bound to get more tough if measures are not taken now.
But one young Delhi resident seems to have developed an ingenious method to curb the rising levels of pollution. Engineering graduate Nikhil Khurana, is a 23-year-old inventor who has developed an economical hybrid car conversion kit that can convert any car into a hybrid one in around Rs 1 lakh.
Hybrid cars run on fuel and electricity and so, car owners in Delhi can be exempted as hybrid cars are exempted from the Odd-Even rule.
But there's more to the wonder vehicle. In an interview with the Indian Express, Khurana said that the hybrid kit also increases the mileage of a car by 40 per cent and reduces its running cost by 30 per cent - a win-win situation for all!