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T3 Demonstrates Electric Stand-Up Vehicle For Policymakers

August 17, 2009
As a way to bring further awareness of its electric patrol vehicle to city and state policymakers with budget oversight, T3 Motion Inc. displayed its flagship T3 Series electric stand-up vehicles (ESV) for public and private sector leaders at a event in Beverly Hills in late July.

International Patrol

July 9, 2009

Whereas the Dodge Charger and Ford Crown Victoria have been staple patrol cars in the United States, police agencies outside of the country use BMW, Subaru, Skoda and a variety of other automaker brands for officers on the job. Check out some of the more colorful international vehicles patrolling cities in Europe, Canada and other areas. In one instance, a Canadian agency is taking a progressive approach by using an electric vehicle.

Electric Enforcement

April 1, 2009

What truly sets all of T3 Motion's vehicles apart is an innovative "power management system."

Green Wheels

February 1, 2009

Current trends indicate that saving money and improving community relations will continue to drive law enforcement policy decisions for the foreseeable future. Following this train of thought, vehicles that run on electricity instead of gasoline and operate at lower speeds conducive to personal interaction are good news for both public safety and the public.

ZAP Zappy 3 Pro Scooter

September 1, 2006
The Zappy 3 Pro scooter can speed up to 13 miles per hour and has a range of 24 miles. The scooter has a 350-watt geared motor and requires two sealed lead acid batteries. It weighs 79 pounds, comes in white or blue, and recharges in four to six hours.

A Gem of a Police Cruiser

February 1, 2002

You'd never see it in a high-speed pursuit, and no SWAT team would ever consider it for storming a terrorist hideout, but some police departments are finding there's a place for a new and versatile electric vehicle - the GEM - in their fleets.

2002 Police Vehicle Roundup

February 1, 2002

In keeping up with the expansion of the category "police vehicles," we've widened our annual roundup to cover some of these newer "mobile offices" as well as the newer models of old patrol classics.

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