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  • Re: Life to the T MAX!

    Overfil my Burgman Exec (keep on going after the pump click-stop) and the excess fuel runs straight out the narrow black flexible hose which empties out on the tarmac down near the centrestand.  In other words, I'd just be rinsing away oil stains on the forecourt, while creating a fire hazard - and all while the Total Cost tumblers on the ...
  • Re: List of E Scooters

    [quote user="pyrah"] [/quote] One doesn't really need a fan, or propeller, given the long history of watercraft:   But there are other kinds of "wind" - how about a form of Baked Bean marine propulsion?  
  • Re: When all petrol and diesel road personal vehicles are banned!

    [quote user="Rod Fountain"] So I have 40 years to sell the Burgman and the Mercedes and get rid of my Victa Mower. By becoming an Octagenarian within the next few months ,i shouldnt have to worry but it may be a problem for my wife if i go first-- I better warn her --Why do we need these upsets ??????  [/quote] Very ...
  • Re: When all petrol and diesel road personal vehicles are banned!

    [quote user="..."] HEY YOU KNOW THOSE PEOPLE WHO SEND MESSAGES IN ALL-CAPS? AND HOW IT ANNOYS THE FSCK OUT OF EVERYONE ELSE? YOU'RE DOING IT. GIVE IT A REST. [/quote] What?  Your accusation is false.  Please give a different difinition for "IT" < Preceding word copy and pasted from your 5th last ...
  • Re: Last mile transport solutions

    [quote user="pyrah"] [/quote] Is that your experience? Thus far I have not been offended, but I have been disappointed. [quote user=" gunnabuild1"] most of these seem to be intended for distance of up to a kilometre? [/quote] (See above)  This causes disappointment . . . not offence.  I guess I have to ...
  • Re: Last mile transport solutions

    [quote user="ferrix"] All of those 'last mile solutions' suffer from the same issue as flying cars: technological problems could be overcome, the problem is legislation. None of them, including Segways, are legal to use on the footpath because some poor pedestrian might get a fright, and you've got to admit they would be ...
  • Re: Last mile transport solutions

    [quote user="gunnabuild1"] Does this forum have an ignore feature? And for future reference  http://scootercommunity.com.au/forums/222.aspx [/quote] A little thought goes a long way.  To cease to be offended by anything, one simply just has to look in the other direction. I would have thought that concept was simple to ...
  • Re: Last mile transport solutions

    [quote user="Rod Fountain"] I question whether this is any longer a forum for motor scooter owners and riders ---Please lets get back on track and let those who want to talk about submarines ,tape recorders and things which may or may not happen in 20years time  go to someone elses forum , [/quote] The track of this thread is ...
  • Re: List of E Scooters

    [quote user="pyrah"]  . . . or maybe connect engine to a fan blade and blow the machine along [/quote] In the history of motor vehicles solutions like that have been tried:  . . . some at the front . . .    . . . and others at the rear . . .    . . . and some appear a bit dangerous if there is ...
  • Re: Last mile transport solutions

    [quote user="gunnabuild1"] I've seen a version of the uni-wheel in action and my daughter has commented on seeing them at university. They are still toys,very short range can't deal with steps or uneven inclines. [/quote] First point is just YOU.  What do you class as "very short range"?  Have you ...
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