Meals on Wheels – The Tuk Tuk Evolution

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Tuk tuks, the three-wheeled cars normally seen in Asia or Africa, has been revamped into a food service, electric charged automobile. The Tuk Tuk Factory has created the first ever electric models with a peculiar addition of the vendo to provide food service. The E-Tuk Vendo can travel at 40 miles per charge and is at full capacity when charged within 10 hours of its base model. Its lead-acid battery has enough power to operate a refrigerator while driving. During stops, the vendo is plugged in to power the water pumps, electrical outlets and the refrigerator. The E-Tuk also includes a built-in work table, a solar roof, a side cover that pulls out as a canopy top, rain covers and other accessories.

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