After 2009, large displacement cars with a capacity of 175 cc or more have been “opened up” in Vietnam under the joy of speed followers. However, the circulation of vehicles with a capacity of 175 cc or more is not easy because of a series of barriers, especially A2 driver’s license when only issued to the police, taxation, customs, ranger or The athletes have a card issued by the Sports and Physical Committee. To own this driver’s license, a normal motorbike “player” has to go through many “doors” at a small cost.
Motorcycles in Vietnam – Part 1: Passion needs to limit
Owning a PKL motorbike in Vietnam has been easier recently … By March 2014, the information “opening up” for the A2 driver’s license, as long as a citizen of 18 years or older can participate. Competition for a degree has made many biker burst in happiness. The number of people with A2 license increased rapidly, a series of famous big displacement motorcycle (PKL) brands in the world began to penetrate the market, drawing a new colorful picture of Vietnamese motorcycle village.
However, despite owning a motorcycle with tremendous power and an A2 license, there is still a major limitation: the infrastructure. Therefore, despite owning hundreds of horsepower, PKL cars cannot “discharge” at full capacity when the transport system in Vietnam only meets the speed standard of 50-60 km / h.