Discount wholesale Double Saddles Disabled 3 Wheel Electric Mobility Scooter (TC-022B) for Ukraine Importers
Discount wholesale Double Saddles Disabled 3 Wheel Electric Mobility Scooter (TC-022B) for Ukraine Importers Detail:
|Motor||brushless hub motor 500W/700W|
|Battery||48V20Ah /60V 20AH sealed lead-acid battery All battery with electric protection circuit|
|Controller||500W Brushless controller|
|Charge||110V -240V 50/60HZ|
|Charging time||8-10 hours|
|Performance & Main components|
|Range||60km(distance by riders weight,terrain,road sufurface etc.)|
|Product colour||customer’s request|
|Front brake||drum brake|
|Front fork||hydraulic pressure|
|Rear brake||drum brake|
|Climbing angle||<= 25°|
|Throttle||Twist intelligent speed control|
|reverse max speed :5km/h|
|Unit packaging||Each in a carton Box|
|Qty / Export carton||1 pc /ctn|
|Export carton dimension||182X77X80CM|
|1×20′footer FCL quantity||pcs|
|1×40′footer FCL quantity||57pcs|
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Room for one more up top? Retired bus driver, 75, transforms a £40 mobility scooter into a miniature double decker
Retired bus driver Keith Burbidge brough a £40 second hand mobility scooter
He decided it would be fun to transform it into a bright yellow double deck bus
Mr Burbidge used to work for the Yellow Buses operator in Bournemouth
Now the company has invited him to bring his tiny replica to visit their garage
When bus driver Keith Burbidge retired, he missed his job so much he had to get back behind the wheel.
And while the vehicle he made to replace his old yellow bus may look similar, it’s slightly easier to manoeuvre than a full-size double decker.
The 75-year-old transformed a £40 second hand mobility scooter into a miniature bus – a replica of the ones used by the operator Yellow Buses in his hometown of Bournemouth.
Mr Burbidge even installed two authentic bus seats, which he salvaged from a skip 30 years ago, along with Perspex windows and a handmade destination board. The father of two, who rides around town with wife Carol, 71, said the 6ft long, 4ft tall bus has a top speed of 5mph.
He added that he doesn’t usually take it on the road, saying: ‘I’m not sure of the legalities so I stick to the pavements. Carol loves it, she drives it too … It’s just a bit of fun really.’
He said: ‘I spent about a week tinkering with it and got it going again but they look so boring, I thought it would be fun to give it a redesign.
‘I cut it in half to make it longer and used anything I could find to construct the bus – bits of old advertising board, metal tubing – so it didn’t really cost me anything.
‘Because I stretched it I managed to fit two seats inside. The seats are Bournemouth Corporation bus seats that I got when the company moved to their new depot and threw a load of stuff out in skips.
‘I kept them because I thought they’d come in handy one day and now they have. I’ve always been a practical person.
We’ve been using it to advertise a bus rally we’re having so I’ve been spending a lot of time going along the promenade in Bournemouth.
‘Most people are quite surprised when they see it but they seem to really like it.
‘I think I’ve nearly caused accidents where people have stopped their cars to have a better look and lots of people come up to me wanting photos.
‘One man even rushed out of the sea when he was swimming to see it. It’s just a bit of fun really.’
Mr Burbidge, who also worked as a potter, got his bus licence in 1986. He would drive the bus on school runs in the morning and late afternoon and do his pottery business in between.
He later worked part-time driving National Express coach routes but retired from that last autumn. However he cannot give it up completely and still does some voluntary coach driving for a local club.
Yellow Buses’ origins date back to 1902 when Bournemouth Corporation operated trams in the town. Bus services started in 1906 to act as feeders to the tram system.
In 1930 more bus services were added and in 1936 all the trams were replaced with trolleybuses. These were replaced with road buses in the 1960s.
Fiona Harwood, from Yellow Buses, said: ‘We’re extremely flattered that Keith has created this little Yellow Bus. Several people have seen it around the town and mentioned it to us.
‘It’s absolutely superb and we’d love to invite him and his bus to the depot to see one of our new state-of-the-art buses.’
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