Thursday, September 23, 2010

Mighty Sturdy Electric Standup Vehicle and Environmentally Friendly, Too.

This secuity officer in Ybor City is ridng a T3 Series electric standup vehicle (ESV) from T3 Motion of Costa Mesa, CA. It's pretty cool and the lights were even flashing like on a police squad car. And, it's might sturdy!!

This from their corporate website: "The T3 Series is a zero-gas-emission, clean-energy innovation that is simple, intuitive and economical to operate. With significant breakthroughs in its proprietary power management and propulsion system, this performer delivers high "mpg" equivalent, long battery run time, short recharge time, and plug 'n play battery modules.

It is highly stable with a low center of gravity, offers wide visibility for the driver elevated on an 9-inch platform, strikes a commanding presence, can access restricted spaces including elevators and narrow corridors, handles curbs easily, and is highly agile with a zero-degree turning radius. And it's very quiet.

The T3 Series is designed to enhance patrols to save driver energy and increase response times. Lockable, onboard storage is easily accessible. For maximum flexibility, two swappable battery packs mean virtually no downtime. And, with dramatically fewer parts than gasoline-powered vehicles, the T3 Series is high on reliability and low on maintenance. Not to mention an operating cost of around 10 cents per day.

The T3 Series is truly the next generation in green personal transportation solutions."


Stefan Jansson said...

Looks like a cool vehicle.
But it looks like that security guard probably should do some jogging first.

B SQUARED said...

An interesting vehicle.

Beth Niquette said...

That is just downright cool. I wonder, as does Steffe, if the man might need to take a jog first, too. lol

Frank said...

Beth Niquette:
The vehicle MUST be rated for 300+ pounds... at least.

Anonymous said...

This guy is the biggest douche in the world. He thinks he's a cop. He's the lazy version of Ponch!

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Anonymous said...

Well at least he has a JOB. not like you idiots that have nothing better to do than spend hours on end on the internet and criticize people you don't know.