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Yezdi Motorcycle Brand Relaunched in India

13th January 2022
"Yezdi is back and has marked its return with three new motorcycles in India."

Yezdi is back and has marked its return with three new motorcycles in India.

The bikes, which include the Yezdi Adventure, Scrambler, and Roadster, are intended for riders who want to travel on a daily basis as well as those who want to explore off-the-beaten-path routes.

With these three motorcycles, Yezdi has made a comeback after a gap of 26 years.

The motorcycles range in price from ₹1.98 lakh (ex-showroom) to ₹2.19 lakh (ex-showroom). Today, Yezdi launched bookings for all three motorbikes, and the bikes have begun to arrive at dealerships across India.

Yezdi stated that it will share the same showrooms as Jawa, which have been renamed Jawa Yezdi showrooms for this purpose.

The motorcycles will be sold through 300 Jawa dealerships.



Yezdi has sourced the same 334cc engines that are used in Jawa motorcycles.

The single-cylinder liquid-cooled unit on the Roadster is capable of generating an output of 29.7 PS and 29 Nm of peak torque. The transmission job is handled by a 6-speed gearbox.

Yezdi's cruiser bike Roadster may bring back the memory of the Roadking. With a neo-retro design style, the Yezdi Roadster has quite an imposing road presence.

It comes with round LED headlights, taillights, and dual exhaust. The rider console is digitally encased in an LCD panel.

It shows all necessary ride-related information like trip meter, distance to empty, time, ABS mode, and gear indicators.

The price of the Yezdi Roadster starts from ₹1.98 lakh (ex-showroom) and goes up to ₹2.06 lakh (ex-showroom).



Yezdi uses the same 334cc single-cylinder 4 stroke liquid-cooled DOHC unit for the Scrambler as well.

However, the performance of the bike has been modified for its purpose with minor tweaks. Mated to a six-speed gearbox, the bike can churn out a maximum power of 29.1 PS and 28.2 Nm of peak torque.

It is one notch above the Roadster in terms of features and specifications.

It also comes with LED headlights, taillights besides turn indicators, a clear lens, and a round-shaped LCD digital display for the riders. It also gets handlebar-mounted USB and Types C charging points as a standard feature.

The price of the Yezdi Scrambler starts at ₹2.05 lakh (ex-showroom) and goes up to ₹2.11 lakh (ex-showroom).



The 334cc single-cylinder 4 stroke liquid cooled DOHC engine, mated to a six-speed gearbox, can produce a maximum power of 30.2 PS and 29.9 Nm of peak torque.

Yezdi Adventure offers more features and customization options than the other two.

Besides a LED headlight unit that comes wrapped in a protective casing, the bike also gets an LCD digital display for riders which can also be adjusted by tilting for seating as well as ‘standing on the pegs’ riding postures.

Yezdi says this feature is the first of its kind and will be offered as standard. The bike also gets turn-by-turn navigation as a standard feature.

Yezdi Adventure can also be paired with the brand's app through Bluetooth.

The app offers an array of features like search and locates destinations, relay turn-by-turn navigation on the display or relay navigation commentary on the intercom, records vehicle speed and engine RPM while on the ride, and averages of the last trip when the ride ends.

The app also provides alerts and information like incoming calls and messages, missed calls, signals, and battery strength.

It also displays ownership details, with an option of adding multiple Yezdi Adventure motorcycles.

The price of the Yezdi Adventure bikes starts at ₹2.10 lakh (ex-showroom) and goes up to ₹2.19 lakh (ex-showroom).

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How to get Motorcycle Driving License in Nepal?

14th December 2020
"Getting a license can be the most rewarding thing. Before earning the license one should know the procedure."

Getting a license can be the most rewarding thing. Before earning the license one should know the procedure. What to do and where to go are important things.



First of all :

Before giving trail practice at local learning centers. Be confident in yourself.

Visit the office or fill the form online:

Applicants may file a request online and verify the date of the written review. If the application has been submitted, the method shall have a specific reference number and other necessary information, which shall be drawn upon the date specified by the Transport Management Office when sitting for the written review.

You can submit the online form from this link below:

This is closed for now due to the pandemic.


You can get two forms at the DoTM office, just outside the premises. One is a driving license form and the other, both available for Rs 25, is a medical examination form. All forms, with all the essential data, would have to be completed and submitted for further processing at any other time as this service has been closed for the last six month due to Covid pandemic. 



The first step (Appear for eye test)


Meanwhile, we need to appear for a color blindness eye examination where 4-5 cards with dotted colored numbers will be revealed to us. The number written on the cards, we need to say.

We go to counter number 7 to pay the Rajaswa until the eye test is confirmed.

The second step (Appear for the written test)

On the day of the written test, early in the morning at 6:00 a.m reach Yatayat Karyalaya (may change due to corona). Questions like basic riding, traffic rules, things to do in an emergency may be asked. You can prepare these questions through applications found in the apple store or android store. The results will be published on the same day. If you pass the writing test, you need to arrive at your next trial that is trying the next day.

The third step (Give the trail)


So this is the main course of the food. The one that you practiced to earn the license. The trial involves the following :

  • An 8 path that needs to be crossed without touching the outskirts.

  • Once 8 is completed a straight lane comes and you need to climb on.

  • A small mistake can cost your license so, always look for traffic lights, when it turns green take a left turn using the left side light

  • You will reach a slope that you need to stop and control your bike with only your one leg on the ground.

  • After completing the “ukalo and oralo ” finally slowly you should pass the speed breaker in order to complete the trail.

If you pass, you will be declared right away. The policeman on duty will hand you the card signed. After 7 days, you need to visit Yatayat Karyala and go to room 2 to pay Nrs. 1500 Rajaswa. However, if you fail, you have the allowance to appear for the trial three times within 90 days if you have passed the written test.

Fourth step( Collect your driving license)

After a period of 30 days, you can re-visit the Yatayat Karyalaya to receive your Smart Driving License Card.

Make sure, you practice enough in driving training centers and do not ignore any part of the standard design. Read the driving book and get all your documents ready. 

You will be told when your license can be issued. You briefly get a slip before your smart driving license card is ready to qualify you for driving. You can drive with the slip, so when it gets loaded, you must keep the slip secure for you to retrieve yours.

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TVS Motor to invest INR 1,200 crore in Tamil Nadu to make EVs

23rd November 2021
"TVS Motor announced an investment of INR 1,200 crore in future technologies and electric vehicles over the next four years."

TVS Motor Company, one of the largest manufacturers of two-wheelers and three-wheelers in the world, today announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Government of Tamil Nadu for investment in Future Technologies and Electric Vehicle.

The move comes closer to Ola Electric opening its Future factory, the largest electric two-wheeler manufacturing facility in the world.

Under the MOU, TVS Motor Company will invest INR1, 200 crores in Future Technologies and Electric Vehicles (EV) in the next four years.

The investment will be mainly for the design, development, and manufacturing of new products and capacity expansion in the EV space.

This investment reflects TVS Motor Company’s continued commitment towards the State's overall economic growth as a responsible corporate citizen.

A memorandum of understanding with signed in the presence of Chief Minister M K Stalin during the Tamil Nadu Investment Conclave in Coimbatore in this connection. Accordingly, TVS Motor Company Chairman Venu Srinivasan exchanged documents with Guidance Tamil Nadu MD and CEO Pooja Kulkarni IAS.

"Under the MoU, TVS Motor Company will invest INR 1,200 crore in Future Technologies and Electric Vehicles in the next four years. The investment would mainly be for the design, development and manufacturing of new products and capacity expansion in the electric vehicle spaces," TVS Motor said in a statement. 

Currently, TVS Motor has only one electric vehicle on offer in the EV category. TVS iQube electric scooter, which was launched in January last year.

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