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    Anybody know the Boxx elmoto?

    http://www.boxxcorp.com/ What do you guys think?

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    I'd rather ride a cardboard box.
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    With a style like this I don't bother to read the specs
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    You think i could get that thing in the overhead for carry on?

    Ha Ha Ha

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    While the concept is a little scary, I am excited to see an American company offering a sub $4000 scooter with what appears to be pretty legitimate components and a liveable range. It reminds me of the Honda Motocompo that was offered in the '80s as a substitute for a spare tire in the Honda City.

    I wish them all the best!

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    This isn't a particularly new idea. Check this story out:
    http://gas2.org/2011/11/27/honda-rev...mpo-successor/



    The Honda Motocompo was a '60s product:



    (I'm pretty sure Richard owned one) And my son saw one on the street when he was living in Japan last year:


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    I like the box-type folding scooters. I think they are a great idea - as long as I don't have to be seen riding one.

    There is a reason why you never see a picture of anyone actually riding a box scooter.

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    oh Richard Richard. You of all people.




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    Like I said, you wouldn't want to see me riding on that rolling box. I would definitely not fit on it like that model does. Plus, I'll bet my riding attire weighs more than hers.

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