Established in 2005, JCAM Advanced Mobility Company Ltd. (JCAM) distributes eco-friendly electric vehicles and innovative transportation options. Co-founded by megastar Jackie Chan, its primary business focus is to carefully identify, qualify, market, and support transportation innovation that produce zero emissions by providing marketing, distribution and service. Within our first few years of operation, JCAM has grown into a company with diverse and growing business interests related to sustainable transportation, exclusively distributing products like the Segway PT and Brammo Enertia.
With our expertise and experience in the region operating in six countries in Asia, JCAM is becoming known as a model importer, marketer and supplier of only products that are carefully selected to be technologically-proven, environmentally-friendly, visually-stunning and most importantly, useful and beneficial to society and oneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s daily lifestyle. Through our work, JCAM has earned the Hong Kong BusinessÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s High-Flyers Outstanding Enterprises Award for Modern Alternative Technology.
JCAM works closely with groups critical to facilitating a successful cultural change from conventional combustion-driven vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs) as well as other clean transportation options. Through effective marketing and intelligent education programs, JCAM is dedicated to generating excitement and demand while proving and fostering desirability, credibility, and reliability for some of the most awesome and advanced eco-friendly vehicles available.
ChinaPhil wrote:Born in Hong Kong where electric bicycles are illegal, hope that he can persuade the Government to change the law.
Under the doctrine of One Country, Two Systems, Hong Kong has independent traffic laws from mainland China. Electric bikes are considered motorcycles in Hong Kong, and therefore need type approval from the Transport Department, just as automobiles. All electric bikes available in Hong Kong fail to meet the type approval requirement, and the Transport Department has never granted any type approval for an electric bike, making all electric bikes effectively illegal in Hong Kong. Even if they got type approval, the driver would need a motorcycle driving license to ride. As a side note, Hong Kong doesn't have a moped vehicle class (and therefore no moped driving license), and mopeds are considered motorcycles too.
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