T3 Series Customers Have Saved Over $9 Million in Operating Costs.
COSTA MESA, CA – January 13, 2011 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – www.t3motion.com — T3 Motion, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: TMMM) — T3 Motion’s CEO announced today that the T3 Series’ electric, clean-energy vehicle has saved customers over $9 million and reduced CO2 emissions by 12,000 tons since hitting the market in 2007. The T3 Series is currently in use by major police agencies, security companies, college campus safety departments, airport security companies, USPS, and military agencies in 17 countries and is the single most efficient way to transport individuals. Known as an agile, rapid-response vehicle with the ability to turn on a dime, the T3 is an effective force-multiplier, providing a unique omni-presence for patrol officers.
Standard security patrols include long periods of idling, resulting in approximately 6 miles-per-gallon and emitting over 90,000 lbs of CO2 annually per vehicle. With the T3 Series’ zero-emission electric drive system, it does not use power while idling and has saved our customers over 12,000 tons of unnecessary CO2 emissions worldwide.
With each T3 Series deployed, customers can achieve up to $20,000 in annual savings on security patrol applications. Furthermore, due to its classification as an electric bicycle, no insurance or registration is needed, resulting in additional cost reductions.
“I am proud that our customers have saved the world 12,000 tons of CO2 emissions and over $9 million in operating costs. With our increasing deployment of T3 Series electric vehicles we will continue reducing the world’s carbon footprint, making a cleaner planet, and growing less dependent on oil. To further this impact, we are leveraging my eleven years of experience in developing electric vehicle technology with our debut of the GT3, our three-wheeled, energy-efficient vehicle that embodies the perfect marriage of design sophistication and plug-in electric vehicle technology. We are confident that our increasing influence as an environmentally-friendly brand initiative will help us reach our full potential as a leader in clean technology transportation,” said Ki Nam, T3 Motion, Inc.
T3 Series Features
The cutting-edge ‘green’ technology provides a low cost of operation, at less than 10 cents per day and two re-chargeable, swap-able batteries, the T3 has 24/7 operation with unlimited range.
- Zero-degree turning radius
- Swap-able batteries
- Speeds up to 20 mph
- 9-inch raised platform provides a superior vantage point
About T3 Motion, Inc.
T3 Motion, Inc. ( OTC BB: TMMM ) revolutionized the world of personal mobility with the introduction of their flagship electric T3 Series. Headquartered in Orange County, California, USA, T3 Motion, Inc. is dedicated to raising the bar for 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. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gt3-Electric-Vehicle/105625892815799
For more information on T3 Motion, Inc. and the company’s signature T3 Series line of electric personal mobility vehicles, and the upcoming GT3 consumer vehicle, visit www.t3motion.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 714-619-3600.
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