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Default I can't understand why these aren't more popular

Eco friendly. Politically correct. No batteries to recharge. What's the problem?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-14-2019, 05:28 AM
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Maybe only an HMO would authorize ?

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Nanny state nightmare. No steering, no brakes, legislative delight.
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HMO might approve for a paraplegic?

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They have brakes and steer like a tank, but I would put chopper style extended front wheels
Why are there no gas engined motorized outdoors scooters, you do not have to worry about running out of battery.

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if you can use that you can walk.
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Might be cool with left and right arm crank system engineering.

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if you can use that you can walk.
Pure genuis! Why didn't anyone else think of that?!

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Might be cool with left and right arm crank system engineering.

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I thought that those WERE hand cranks. That looks like the racing model.
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