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NYPD Deploys Lithium-Powered Vehicles At 9/11 Memorial

September 12, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of Vectrix.
Photo courtesy of Vectrix.

The New York Police Department has deployed Vectrix VX-1 lithium-powered law enforcement vehicles at the 9/11 Memorial Site, according to the company.

The new Vectrix VX-1 Li bikes join the original NYPD fleet of Vectrix VX-1s that have been in service in Manhattan since 2007. The NYPD has also unveiled six clean energy Vectrix VX-2 50-cc equivalent scooters for parking enforcement patrols.

The clean energy Vectrix VX-1 Li/Li+ maxi-scooter was just named European "e-Scooter of the Year" for the second consecutive year, and the 50-cc equivalent electric Vectrix VX-2, was named European "e-Scooter of the Year" for 2011.

The Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department, U.S. Capitol Police Department, and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department have deployed Vectrix electric bikes for patrols and enforcement.

Tags: Vectrix, NYPD, Alternative Patrol Vehicles, Electric Vehicles

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