Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Lanesplitting


I heard yesterday that lanesplitting was in the news in California. I tried to find it online, but only found that the CHP was defining what is considered safe lanesplitting.  Click here for: California Highway Patrol Web Page on Lanesplitting
I, of course, feel that it's only safe if done in a Tango, which is narrower than many motorcycles, and can react more quickly, as proved in the Consumer Reports emergency lane change test during the Automotive X-prize competition.
Imagine the reduction in traffic and parking congestion if single-occupant commuters started using the right tool for the job! The Tango fits in half a lane with more clearance than a truck has in a full lane.




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7 comments:

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I Love Muscle Cars said...

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Katie Curzon said...

I am eventually dreaming of this car. Cute, unique and you can easily overtake other cars. car decals

Simon said...

This car looks really cool, I wish I could buy it in Europe.

Tango Electric Cars said...

You can buy a Tango for Europe. We recently sold one to a customer in Exeter, Devon, England.
What country do you live in? The regulations for Single Vehicle Approval vary from country to country .