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Originally Posted by Machka View Post
They'd be OK for only very short distances ... and you've got to get back up the hills somehow. Plus just how convenient are they for bringing home the shopping?
I think the more they are established, the more variations they will morph into. You might end up with larger models in a couple years that have a large trunk like a car, but which you can stand on and ride 10-20mph. The key is keeping the speed low and having a strip of pavement for them to ride on where 10-20mph isn't a problem.
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