Malaysian Car Free Day programme is to take place on 3 May in Seberang Prai, Penang, which is the second most prosperous city in Malaysia. The event was in line with the government’s Go Green initiative.
The theme of Car Free Day programme will be centred on Green & Eco-friendly. As such, Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter S3 is due to be displayed amongst activities. The mayor of Seberang Prai, Penang is said to steer Airwheel S3 to make a public appearance in Car Free Day programme. Airwheel S3 serves as a commuting vehicle and will be strongly recommended and introduced on that day.
Airwheel is established as a renowned scooter-maker across the globe and famed for its green scooters. Airwheel’s core notion of products features ease of use, user-friendly design and eco-friendly technology in particular, which is literally consistent with the theme advocated in Car Free Day programme.
These days, the growingly tremendous problem of city pollution escalates people’s concerns about the environment around us. In city, the formidable amount of exhaust from the car engine forces us to have to think out solutions. The local govt. encourages the carpooling and the public transportation. However, it works out with limited success for multiple reasons. Hence, a green personal transporter takes on its magnitude. Airwheel S3 squarely meets these demands.
This sort of electric-powered scooter is equipped with a lithium battery core beneath its standing board. The lithium battery is in the main characterised by no emission in process of operation. So S3 is also favoured by environmentalists. S3 had been ubiquitous in a great number of fields, for instance factory warehouses, sports meeting and trade fairs. There may be some people understandably worrying about its capacity of power. In fact, the lithium battery mounted on S3 is such potent as to cover 40km and mix out at 16kmh. Such potent performance surely reassures the riders of a hassle-free journey.
If you are eager to a thrilling experience, do not miss the Car Free Day programme on 3 May.