City To Debut New Electric Three-Wheeled Vehicles


 
 

Jim Lokay | | Wednesday, July 2, 2008


PITTSBURGH -- Some first responders around the city are getting a test drive this weekend at the Three Rivers Regatta.

But it's not a new police car or ambulance, but rather a three-wheeled electric vehicle called a T3.

"They were looking for zero emissions, something to cut down on our fuel usage," said EMS Crew Chief Brian Smouse. "We have a paramedic with a monitor and his gear. He will able to bring it through special events... tight places, because increased maneuverability."

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