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(Xinhua) -- China's island province of Hainan will control the number of new cars by setting registration quotas.

Starting from August 1, license plates for new cars, except new-energy ones, can be obtained by either a lottery-style system or bidding, the provincial government announced Tuesday night.

The precise quota has not yet been announced. Registration of new cars will halt between Wednesday and July 31.

Hainan plans to have all its vehicles run on new energy by 2030 to promote green development.

The island has more than 9 million people and about 1.18 million vehicles. It plans to introduce 5,600 new energy vehicles into the market and build more than 10,000 recharging posts this year.

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What is the purpose of the exercise?

Hainan's growing resident population comprises an ever bigger number of Chinese from northern provinces. They will not be affected by this policy as they can drive their cars immatriculated in Hebei Heilongjiang or wherever to Hainan as "tourists" and keep them in Hainan.

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This post was edited by pnp at 2018-5-23 11:47

Thumbs up to Hainan!  Many Chinese cities are choked with cars, causing heavy air pollution, gridlock, loss of valuable time caught in traffic jams etc etc.  Big cities like Shenzhen and Guangzhou should follow Hainan's example before their already bad traffic situations get worse at huge cost to their economies!  Their leaders must have to guts to do the right thing and stop pandering to the irrational demands of their citizens for private cars!  Public transport is the way to go!!

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pnp Post time: 2018-5-23 11:46
Thumbs up to Hainan!  Many Chinese cities are choked with cars, causing heavy air pollution, gridloc ...

Where do you get your reasons for praising Hainan's authorities? They are not banning cars per se; they only stop issuing licences and number plates for combustion-engine cars. All so-called "new energy cars" - i.e. electric vehicles or hydrogen engine cars will be allowed. The effect will be that the existing fleet of motor cars will quickly be replaced by electric and hydrogen cars. In what way is this progress? The space for cars - for parking or moving vehicles - will not decrease, the accident rate will not go down and the CO2 imprint on the atmosphere will hardly be affected because the electric power will be generated by coal-fired generators.

It's just a gimmick to keep the industry busy.

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seneca Post time: 2018-5-23 21:49
Where do you get your reasons for praising Hainan's authorities? They are not banning cars per se; ...

At least there will be no air pollution without fossil fuel cars.  And Chinesemotorist have the bad habit of leaving their vehicle engines running while they sit in their vehicles waiting for friends, contributing to even more pollution!

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