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  • JustOneGodLessThanU Feb 18, 4:22 p.m.

    These vehicles are basically bicycles. So don’t worry, they’re not allowed on highways.

    It’s a cool idea and certainly a great way to travel for some folks. It beats having to pay to park a car. You could even pull right up to the front of a store, DPAC, restaurant, etc. and lock it up to the bike rack. Bonus! :-)

  • 68_dodge_polara Feb 18, 12:42 p.m.

    Good points, celebrities seem to like to have their pictures taken with them but would any of them use one for their daily travels?

  • TruthBKnown Banned Again01 Feb 18, 12:41 p.m.

    I would only take this thing on a short trip, like a few miles away from home. No way I'd take this thing on a highway. I don't think it is designed for that, anyway.

  • A City Girl Feb 18, 11:24 a.m.

    1- Jerry Sinfeld just looked and didn't buy?
    2- Pretty dangerous in Durham, can you imagine driving this thing in RTP? I know you can't take it on the highway but some streets would be just as bad as driving on a hwy!!
    3-Can you park it where bikes are parked and how would you stop thieves from stealing it? I have to agree with previous poster, great idea for kids in the yard but not really for an adult to substitute for a car to get to work in one piece...sorry Rob Cotter, I won't be coming aboard.
    PS What does Al Gore have to do with this specific bike contraption?

  • superman Feb 15, 7:49 p.m.

    It might be fun to ride in your backyard or in a cow pasture but it wouldnt do well on the beltline. My grandson might like one but as for me--I wouldnt use one if the government was giving them away.

  • Ex-Republican Feb 15, 5:40 p.m.

    You won't find the rather rotund Al Gore riding one. He prefers SUVs and private jets to commute between his three mansions. What a hypocrit!

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