The GoDutz eQar beats any other method of transport for those commuting in the rush hour from from the outskirts of Leiden to Amstelveen. Cars are stuck in traffic, busses and trams in either place are time consuming. An e-bike is cool in summer and wet in winter. GoDutz is the challenger for rides between 10 and 35 kilometers. Commuters also want to avoid traffic jams, a long life for their vehicles and listen to their own music.
The GoDutz eQar ticks all those boxes and a few more:
- Sufficient storage space for office workers, engineers (tool boxes), builders (safety shoes, helmets), home care nurses (first aid kit & other medical equipment).
- A roof, so weather proof
- Totally cool experience, through a tablet style dashboard
- Benefits of car but from a regulatory perspective a bicycle, giving access to high-speed cycling paths
- Local manufacturing which will build trust by consumers
Come and talk to us about the GoDutz eQar including the self-park options with remote control and the tablet dashboard that is what a driver in 2018 actually expects.
400% more road/parking capacity
Once cities transform their infrastructure for smaller electric vehicles, their capacity rises with 400% compared to cars. Imagine the impact on inner city roads and parking places. If cities and companies move to GoDutz eQar sharing tomorrow, the capacity of the existing infrastructure quadruples and the only costs are . . . the paint for splitting the car lanes.
Consumer savings of 70%
Consumers will save at least 70% compared to a small car (retail price € 10 000) travelling 50 kilometers per day over a 5 year period (est. annual costs of € 3 000 - 3 500 per annum).
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