The manufacturer is doing everything possible to get the Stint on the road and says that it will do everything it can to ensure the return of the electronic bollard cart to public roads, but childcare companies are aware that this can continue for months. last. And that gives childcare an extra cost.
Now that the primary schools in the Netherlands have all started again, we have to wait for the Stint for the time being. This electric wagon was taken off the public road after a fatal accident at a rail crossing in Oss last year.
Due to the withdrawal of the Stint's admission to public roads, the models on the website of stintum Discontinued. The aim was to supply schools in the central Netherlands with renewed Stints before the end of the summer holidays, but that failed. The manufacturer, Stintum, informed its customers in an email in August that the return of the popular mode of transport has again been delayed.
It seems that, despite the drama in Oss, many companies have not lost confidence in the electric cart. Stintum told news site Nu.nl last week that out-of-school care organizations have already ordered XNUMX new Stints, even before they have been approved.
Photo: Stint Urban Mobility
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