[Oeva-list] Any info on upgrading a pedal-cart to electric?
dannyb61 at comcast.net
Wed Apr 30 13:24:23 PDT 2008
The easiest solution to this is to simply add a motor to his existing peddle
cart, thus avoiding the need for a driver's license, and saving a lot of
expense. This would qualify as an electric assisted bicycle. There are lots
of off the shelf kits available to do this for under $1,000, or a custom
installation could be done. I would be happy to help Bill if he wants to
contact me off list.
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 07:16:39 -0700 (PDT)
From: Tim Kutscha <tim_kutscha at yahoo.com>
Subject: [Oeva-list] Any info on upgrading a pedal-cart to electric?
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Cc: phoneguy at centurytel.net
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Does anyone in the group have a suggestion for William regarding his son's
Please respond to William (phoneguy at centurytel.net) directly as he may not
be on this list.
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I have a handy capped son who for the last ten years has run an
ice cream bussiness in Burns.
His cart is peddle powered and he wants to upgrade to electric,
something like a Ford think. Does your organization know what he
could use for this.
He is mentally delayed from epilepsy as a child, and cannot pass
license test. Any help would be appreciated.
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