T3 Motion Personal Mobility Vehicle - @ JEMS.com

T3 Motion Personal Mobility Vehicle



Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Thursday, October 16, 2008

With gasoline and diesel fuel costs at record highs, many EMS managers have been looking for fuel-efficient ways to deliver services. The Personal Mobility Vehicle from T3 Motion is an electric, three-wheeled response vehicle thatÌs well suited for special-event operations. The field-swappable power modules allow for an unlimited cruising range at user-selectable speeds of 5, 8, 10, 12 or 25 (maximum) mph. One of the major benefits of using the T3 in large crowds is enhanced visibility from the 9" raised platform. LED lighting is used for the headlights, brake lights, running lights and emergency lights. For more on this unique EMS transportation device, see ÏEMS Chariots,Ó January 2008 JEMS.


Weight: 300 lbs.

Colors: 6



Connect: Have a thought or feedback about this? Add your comment now
Related Topics: Specialty Vehicles, Technology

What's Your Take? Comment Now ...

Featured Careers & Jobs in EMS

Get JEMS in Your Inbox


Fire EMS Blogs

Blogger Browser

Today's Featured Posts


EMS Airway Clinic

Innovation & Advancement

This is the seventh year of the EMS 10 Innovators in EMS program, jointly sponsored by Physio-Control and JEMS.
More >

Multimedia Thumb

Press Conference, East Village Explosion and Collapse

Fire is contained to four buildings; 12 people have been injured.
Watch It >

Multimedia Thumb

D.C. Mayor Adds Ambulances to Peak Demand Period

10 additional ambulances will be on the streets from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Watch It >

Multimedia Thumb

Utah Commission Privatizes Ambulance Service

Mayors in Iron County loose management fight.
Watch It >

Multimedia Thumb

Ambulance Delay Raises Concerns over Response Times

Officers give up after waiting 20 minutes for an ambulance.
Watch It >

Multimedia Thumb

Patient Carry during Snowstorm

Firefighters, medics and officers lend a hand in Halifax.
More >

Multimedia Thumb

Terror Attack in Tunisia

19 people killed outside of a museum.
More >