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Pioneering U.K. zero emission vehicle manufacturer Modec officially opened a new factory in March. The company's battery powered Modec utility vehicle provides the world’s first high performance, emission free alternative to traditional diesel delivery fleets and 5 mg viagra has been heralded as the future of urban commercial transport.

Like all electric vehicles the Modec is lowest price for levitra quiet, and fuel efficient. It also has the advantage of being emissions tax free and London congestion tax free. Around 500 Modec vehicles are expected to be produced in the first year of production.

The Modec's batter is capable of traveling 100 miles at its maximum speed of 50mph after an overnight charge. Regenerative braking returns some charge to the drugs tramadol Sodium Nickel Chloride batteries under light braking. Torque from the engine is strong at 300Nm, and the vehicle is designed for exceptional commercial practicality with a best-in-class turning circle and extremely quiet operation.

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Addressing customers and media assembled for the factory opening, The Rt. Hon. David Cameron MP said: “Modec has an agenda for the future. I wish the company well - because the truth about carbon change is that we’re all in this together. A big congratulations to everyone who has been involved in this project.”

Modec is a private company founded by Jamie Borwick, deputy chairman of the British Lung Foundation whose vision is to cheaper viagra levitra cialis manufacture a practical vehicle to help businesses tackle the where to buy viagra in scotland growing climate change crisis. The company has made its home in the Midlands, the UK automotive heartland, where its arrival heralds a welcome reversal in the region’s manufacturing fortunes. Modec now employs ten ex-Peugeot factory staff and a former Jaguar apprentice amongst its 100-strong team.

On a life cycle cost or dollar-per-mile basis the Modec is comparable in running costs to a conventional diesel equivalent. The vehicles cost from £25,000 ($50,000.00 US) depending on the model. A unique feature is that the battery is http://www.smartersecurity.com/viagra-cost provided on a monthly rental basis. Via: Gizmag

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written by Andrew, May 04, 2007
Seems a bit daft, why didn't they up-it to 60 or 70 miles per hour, then it can go on motorways. How else is it going to be the "future of urban commercial transport"?
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Because it's urban
written by Hank, May 04, 2007
The vehicle is designed for in-city travel. Meaning, it's not designed to go on motorways.
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written by Sam, May 19, 2007
"Seems a bit daft, why didn't they up-it to 60 or 70 miles per hour, then it can go on motorways."

Because it's basically a milk float...

Milk has been delivered to doorsteps by electric vans in the UK for decades because of www.absmag.fr their silent running (useful on residential streets at 4AM) - although this looks like a very substantial advance on older designs.

Of course, milk isn't delivered to doors much these days, but Tesco and Sainsburys now perform pretty much the same sort of functions with their online ordering services.

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