The public knows that cycling in rainy days is very risky. Rain will obstruct our driving vision and cause us to be unable to see the road clearly when cycling. This greatly increases the difficulty for people to travel on rainy days and makes people safer. Not guaranteed. Next, we will introduce an electric car safety raincoat for the public. Let’s take a look at what kind of safety it has.
The raincoat for electric vehicles will not be blown up by the wind when in use. When the human body or the head rotates, the coat and hat will not cover the eyes and affect the vision. A bicycle raincoat is composed of a hat and a jacket. The hat and the jacket are integrated into the head and neck. This jacket has a sleeve on both shoulders. This sleeve is similar to the long sleeves of ordinary clothes. . The front piece of the garment cover is provided with two sockets at the handshake position of the bicycle faucet, the size is just right for hand insertion. In order to have a better rain-proof effect on the human face when the trend is reversed, a duck tongue can be placed on the forehead of the coat, similar to the duck tongue of a sun hat, which can be made of plastic sheet. In order to prevent the raincoat on the top of the coat and hat from flowing to the face, a rib shape is made at the edge of the opening of the coat and hat, so that rainwater flows along one side of the rib.
In order to make the coat more sensitively follow the rotation of the human head, two buckles, such as belts or buttons, are arranged on both sides of the chin of the coat. Tighten straps or buttons when using.
The new-designed raincoat for electric vehicles is equipped with fluorescent marks on the back of the cover, on the front chest or on the sleeves, so as to serve as a warning to other vehicles when driving at night and avoid car accidents.
The emergence of raincoats for electric vehicles allows people to travel more confidently on rainy days, providing protection from wind and rain, while also providing comfort and safety. Such a raincoat, I think the masses want it.