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  1. Batteries - Zinc-Air (PowerZinc.com)
      Describes breakthrough air-zinc batteries for a pollution free and more energy efficient solution to storage of electricity. 2-05

  2. Comparisons of Electric Scooters - Lab Tests (EVDeal.com) star
      Compares over a dozen electric scooters, using dynamic tests. The eGo2 was best in all categories. It must be registered as a moped. Other scooters may not be street legal. 9-05

  3. Electric Recumbent Trike - EZ-3 (NYCeWheels.com) star
      This is a semi-recumbent and is a A BEST BUY for personal transportation. Describes an electric trike that costs about $1,300. It has a maximum power of 1800 watts and continuous power of 1000 watts. It must be registered as a moped or motorcycle, depending on maximum speed. Safety equipment may need to meet federal standards for a motorized vehicle. Awesome Library does not endorse these products, but only provides them as examples. 6-05

  4. Scooters - Electric Lepton (NYCEWheels.com)
      Describes the electric scooter that gets up to 30 miles per charge, has a top speed of up to 25 miles per hour, and costs about 2,800 dollars. It must be registered as a moped. Awesome Library does not endorse these products, but only provides them as examples. 6-01

  5. Scooters - Electric Lepton (NYCeWheels.com)
      Describes the electric scooter that gets up to 30 miles per charge, has a top speed of up to 28 miles per hour, and costs about 1,600 dollars. It has a maximum power of 1800 watts and continuous power of 1000 watts. It must be registered as a moped. Awesome Library does not endorse these products, but only provides them as examples. 6-01

  6. Scooters - Electric Lepton (NYCeWheels.com)
      Describes the electric scooter that gets up to 30 miles per charge, has a top speed of up to 28 miles per hour, and costs about 1,600 dollars. It has a maximum power of 1800 watts and continuous power of 1000 watts. It must be registered as a moped. Awesome Library does not endorse these products, but only provides them as examples. 6-01

  7. Two-Wheel Transporter - Segway Ginger (Segway.com)
      Provides general specifications for an electric, two-wheel personal transporter. The device is expected to be available commercially toward the end of 2002 and is expected to sell for around 3,000 dollars. It is designed to replace an auto for short trips. The device stays upright due to gyros. 11-01

  8. Two-Wheel Transporter - Segway Ginger Description (Time.com)
      Describes how the electric, two-wheel personal transporter works. "Not only does it have no brakes, it also has no engine, no throttle, no gearshift and no steering wheel. And it can carry the average rider for a full day, nonstop, on only five cents' worth of electricity." The device is expected to be available commercially toward the end of 2002 and is expected to sell for around 3,000 dollars. It is designed to replace an auto for short trips. The device stays upright due to gyros. 11-01

  9. Two-Wheel Transporter - Segway Ginger Picture (HowStuffWorks.com)
      Provides details of how an electric, two-wheel personal transporter works. The device is expected to be available commercially toward the end of 2002 and is expected to sell for around 3,000 dollars. It is designed to replace an auto for short trips. The device stays upright due to gyros. 11-01

  10. YikeBike (New York Times)
      "It’s an electric bike. Top speed is about 15 miles an hour. The accelerator and brakes are smoothly controlled by buttons that are right under your thumbs on the handlebars. The handlebars themselves are at your waist level, which might seem odd but makes sense—you ride sitting fully upright instead of bending forward, as on a bicycle. That design also means that you can jump forward off the bike in a crisis; there’s no hardware in your way."

      "Here’s the twist: the whole thing folds down into its own front wheel. You undo four stainless-steel latches, then snap the back wheel, seat and handlebars into the front one. It takes about 10 seconds. (Watch the video embedded in this post to get the idea.)" 02-11

   
   


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