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Virginia Tech Police receive gift of T3 Electric Vehicle from manufacturer

August 21, 2007

T3 Motion, Inc., through its partnership with the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (I.A.C.L.E.A.), has donated one of their electric vehicles, the T3 Series, to Virginia Tech Police. The T3 will be used for daily campus public safety patrols and community policing across the 2,600 acre campus in Blacksburg.

Designed with the input of security industry professionals, the T3 Series features a zero-degree turning radius and compact design, helpful for maneuvering through crowds and tight spaces. Also unique to the T3 is the most user-friendly intuitive operation of its kind giving the rider a sense of superior stability.

The quiet environmentally-friendly zero-emission vehicles include an integrated LED lighting system and an incomparable low cost of operation – running for less than 10 cents per day and not requiring any down time due to the T3’s two re-chargeable, lightweight batteries that can be easily swapped out while in use for continual employment and an unlimited range.

T3 Motion, Inc. revolutionized the world of personal mobility with the introduction of their flagship T3 Series law enforcement vehicles at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference held in October 2006. Headquartered in Orange County, California, T3 Motion, Inc. is dedicated to improving environmental standards and law enforcement and security capabilities in personal mobility technology.