COSTA MESA, Calif., Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York Times Metro Section featured T3 Motion, Inc. in the Sunday, October 24, 2010 edition. The New York Times' City Critic section writer, Ms. Ariel Kaminer, took a ride on the iconic T3 Series electric vehicle used by the New York Police Department (N.Y.P.D.) to patrol four subway stations; Times Square, the Post Authority, Grand Central Station and Coney Island.
Ms. Kaminer's creative writing style complements and highlights the clean energy, user-friendly T3 Series as "a new tool for community policing which consumes far less energy than a car and far fewer oats than a horse." She also told an interesting tale of her adventure in learning how to operate and navigate the iconic T3 Series ESV near Times Square. "Within a few minutes, I had the thing under control and I was zipping around the block with a huge grin on my face, doing zero-turn radius doughnuts to impress passers-by," states Kaminer in the article.
“We are incredibly honored to work with N.Y.P.D. and their revolutionary commitment to clean energy and public safety. Being the world’s largest police force, N.Y.P.D. has a vast range of patrol requirements. The recent deployment of our T3 Series ESV in New York subways will enhance N.Y.P.D. patrols, increase their command presence, and build their public relationship to encourage interaction with the public. With a nine-inch elevated platform, an officer on a T3 Series ESV has a prominent line of sight. The iconic look of the T3 generates a command presence in crowds. Our relationship with the N.Y.P.D. is key to our pursuit of becoming the industry's global leader in the market for cost effective zero-gas emissions electric patrol vehicles,” said Ki Nam, CEO, T3 Motion, Inc.
To read The New York Times article; http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/24/nyregion/24critic.html?_r=1&ref=nyregionspecial
T3 Motion Inc. has steadily gained market share over the last three years by providing value and unrivaled support to Law Enforcement partners throughout the world. "The T3 Series ESV makes tremendous sense for our law enforcement and security agencies, which are tasked with increasing their presence, while at the same time, reducing their costs. The ability to keep cities, subways, events, and locations, safer with the deployment of the iconic T3 Series while producing zero-gas emissions is a win-win scenario for our customers and the public at large," says Nam.
Launched in 2006, the T3 Series of Electric Stand-up Vehicle (ESV) captured the US clean energy market with a revolutionary and economical green solution. The T3 Series commands authority while reducing operating cost to 10 cents per (USD) day.
T3 Series Features:
The cutting-edge "green" technology provides an incomparable low cost of operation -- running for less than 10 cents per day and never requiring any down time due to the T3's two re-chargeable, lightweight batteries which can be easily swapped out while in-use. This 24/7 power flexibility provides for continual deployment to support an unlimited range.
- High-performance vehicle with a zero-degree turning radius for improved maneuverability in crowds and tight spaces
- Two rechargeable and interchangeable lightweight power modules for constant 24-hour use without down time
- Capable of reaching speeds up to 20 M.P.H. for quick response without officer or personnel fatigue
- An instinctive vehicle with easy-to-operate controls and responsive steering that allows officers and security personnel to focus on response to the situation
- A 9-inch raised platform provides a superior vantage point while still allowing for interaction with the community
- Robust cargo capacity of 450 pounds (rider plus equipment) includes the ability to tow personnel and equipment/cargo trailers
- A highly effective patrol tool that enables increased patrol areas, and response times, while also focusing on cost reduction and clean energy
- Optional GPS-enabled tracking system
- Optional on-board Motiontrak 300(SM) video camera system (www.motiontrak.com)
About T3 Motion, Inc.
T3 Motion, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: TMMM) revolutionized the world of personal mobility with the introduction of their flagship electric T3 Series law enforcement vehicles at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference held in October 2006. Headquartered in Orange County, California, T3 Motion, Inc. is dedicated to raising the bar on environmental standards and law enforcement and security capabilities in personal mobility technology.
In June of this year, T3 Motion unveiled the GT3 plug-in electric consumer vehicle. The proprietary rear-wheel design of the GT3 features a patent-pending, single, wide-stance wheel with two high-performance tires sharing one wheel. The revolutionary two-tire design improves traction, stability and handling, while the low rolling resistance and rounded profile of the rear tires increase energy efficiency. The GT3 will incorporate the Apple® iPad™ into the sleek dashboard design. Due to its three-wheeled design, the GT3 is classified as a motorcycle.
T3 Motion's Motiontrak 300(SM) is a "black box" in-car video and data recording system (www.motiontrak.com). Data monitored by Motiontrak 300(SM) include vehicle speed, location, and g-force shocks. Built-in GPS capability is integrated with Google Maps to track precise location and provide a vehicle movement overview. Sophisticated software enables the user to see video footage from the vehicle's perspective, overhead Google Earth location display, and numeric as well as graphical data on a single screen.
For more information on T3 Motion, Inc. and the company's signature T3 Series line of electric personal mobility vehicles, the electric CT Series Micro Car, and the upcoming GT3 consumer vehicle, visit www.t3motion.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 714-619-3600.
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