Mary Glindon (North Tyneside) said the Government should ensure the vehicles are safe for all road users after pledging millions of pounds in subsidies for the ultra-low emissions market.
She believes sound generators should be fitted to the vehicles to ensure visually impaired (VI) pedestrians are aware of them.
Ms Glindon yesterday led a Westminster Hall debate on electronic vehicles and vulnerable road users. She said: "If the Government is paying to promote these vehicles, they should first make sure that they are saf."
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association agreed that devices creating sound should be fitted by manufacturers to the vehicles.