When the old Gogoro electric car is parked on the "center pillar", it will continue to idle without turning off the engine.
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[Reporter Hong Dinghong/Kaohsiung Report] At around 1 a.m. on March 23, officers from the Jiuqu Police Station of Renwu Sub-bureau, Kaohsiung City, patrolled past the Jiuqutang Railway Station in Dashu District, and found an idling Gogoro electric car with the engine still on. Because the owner of the car could not be found, the police left their contact information and rode back to the police station for safekeeping, so as not to be stolen.
At around 8 a.m. the next day, the 25-year-old car owner surnamed Li went to the Jiuqu Police Station to pick up the car. After inquiring by the police, he found out that Li thought that the Gogoro electric car would automatically turn off and parked it in the middle of the night before returning home.
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The officer warned Li Nan that his electric car was an old model. When it was parked on the "center pillar", it would continue to idle at idling speed, and the "side pillar" had to be used to have the automatic ignition function. Li Nan suddenly realized that he was lucky that it had not been stolen.