Then you need a pickup truck or big car to carry stuff in addition to that car. Big investment for the consumer.
I Want One.
Help city congestion? It's called a bike/electric scooter/ electric bike.
Too cute. I like the other one better...Originally Posted by half_bent
Give me a motorcycle any day over that ... but is a good idea
Giving Haircuts Over The Phone
Trailer? Courier?Originally Posted by 2manybikes
Yer also going to need something to lock it to the lamp post, too.
Some people are like a Slinky ... not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you shove them down the stairs.
Originally Posted by half_bent
OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!! THEY ARE BACK!!!!!!!
I remember when those were made by Corbin Motors....called the Sparrow. they also had a performance model called the Merlin.
I love those things!
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Ring Ring, Ring Ring, the bell went Ring Ring Ring.
Well yeah, I'd share the road, but I wouldn't buy one. If I wanted a single passenger motor vehicle that didn't take up much space on the road or in the parking lot, I'd get a motorcycle. Heck, then I could even carry a passenger (subject to gender discretion), and it would go about twice as fast. Alternately, a scooter would work too if I was more concerned about fuel economy than performance.
Motorized tricycles aren't street legal in new jersey.
This vehicle has the potential to carry a passenger and a limited amount of luggage.Originally Posted by iamlucky13
So it's a motorcycle trike with a cage and body panels? Sounds fun, I can think of some people who would really like one, but I prefer my actual motorcycle.
Why have an engine that runs on natural gas when it can run on compressed air? Electricity can be generated using windpower, whereas natural gas production is tied to the oil production (pumping really not production) and is a non renewable resource.
2006 VFRfive less than 5000k for sale. 2011 MB FantomCross 105Originally Posted by Pig_Chaser: Obesity epidemic, Global warming. If only there were a common solution. B'ah that's crazy talk.